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Experimental and conceptual were keywords for Goldsmith University of London’s graduating classes in BA Fine Art & History of Art and BA Art Practice.
Written by Jessica FursethCiarán Wood
Three whole years to explore and learn is what you get with a Bachelor degree – the freedom to focus on the process of discovery. After having spent some years in the working world it sounds amazingly luxurious, and a few hours of walking around the graduate exhibition at Goldsmiths University of London shows that the students have taken advantage of this to the fullest. Experimentation and exploration of concepts seem to have been at the core for a lot of students’ practice.
The graduates of BA Fine Art & History of Art and BA Art Practice have produced a very broad range of work, from painting, photography, sculpture, video, all the way to over-sized hairdriers and lots of rooms hidden behind curtains, enveloping the viewer in sound and light.