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UEL: Digital Arts and Visual Communication Graduate Show 2011 Review

Excellent work from Gosia Kaczmarczyk, Luke Gray and Sarah-Jane Evans on the Digital Arts and Visual Communication degree course at the University of East London.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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There was some very strong work from Digital Arts and Visual Communication at the UEL graduate exhibition. Naturally I was drawn to the photographers, viagra 40mg illustrators and print makers.

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Gosia Kaczmarczyk showed Calavera Lapidarium, this a series of four cast printed photo etchings. Her exhibition played on the idea of the Mexican relationship to death in a modern society obsessed with the impermanence of beauty and youth.

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UEL graduate exhibition 2011 review-Luke Gray
UEL graduate exhibition 2011 review-Luke Gray
Luke Gray showed two very different bodies of work. His photographs explored the reality of cross dressing in a series of evocative images featuring different male ideals.

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Details from Calamity.

Bold black and white print work for his upcoming graphic novel Calamity showed the trials and tribulations of a teenage couple who have survived the apocalypse with only each other for company.

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Sarah-Jane Evans is a printmaker and illustrator. Her Pretty Killers featured the deadliest of diseases under the microscope – rendered beautiful as photo etchings in ‘diamond dust’. Sarah-Jane Evans‘s beautiful Untitled series is described as ‘Gray’s Anatomy for Idiots’. Instead of being labelled with the correct medical terms intricately described body parts are layered with relevant puns and sayings. Deceptive and lovely.

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5 Responses to “UEL: Digital Arts and Visual Communication Graduate Show 2011 Review”

  1. Hi Amelia, thanks for visiting the show! I am glad you liked Gosia’s and Sarah-Jane’s work. These are two strong studdents we are very proud of! I have blogged about your two prizes http://valochedesigns.blogspot.com/2011/06/uel-school-of-visual-arts-graduation.html. Thanks again for them.

  2. Amelia says:

    Brill! Forgot that they were your students! Glad to hear that the prize giving went well too x

  3. Luke says:

    Thank you so much for writing about my work on here. It was worth the 2 weeks of frantic sleep deprived blood sweat and tears after all. x

  4. Amelia says:

    Excellent. Keep in touch with your new projects!

  5. Luke Gray says:

    will do they will all be posted on either lukegrayillustration.tumblr.com / lukegraydesign.tumblr.com or lukegrayphotography.tumblr.com xx

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