Time - Place - Space
13 - 20 April 2013
James Hockey & Foyer Galleries, UCA Farnham
Postgraduate applied research at UCA
Time - Place - Space explores contemporary research at the University for the Creative Arts. The exhibits are broadly situated within the territory of art, architecture and design, and span a considerable variety of media. These range from multi-media installations centred around carefully crafted objects made in ceramics, cloth, and mixed materials, and performative manipulations of celluloid to produce film without a camera, to imaginative spatial interventions, and photography based narratives. The works on display share a concern for material processes as the driving force for the poetic exploration of human relationships and identities within a dynamically changing set of existential conditions, social concerns and cultural sensitivities. Through their practice, research students aim to scrutinize and challenge established modes of perception and engagement.
The exhibition accompanies the Research Student Conference held on 17 April 2013 at UCA Farnham. This one day event aims to be a space to engage with peers exploring the nature of new research. It will bring together diverse methodological approaches, practices and theoretical positions that characterise research at the University for the Creative Arts. To attend the conference, interested parties should register by Wednesday 10 April 2013.
Michael Wayne Plant
Marie Therese Shortt
James Hockey Gallery, UCA Farnham
The James Hockey Gallery is a public exhibition space. The aim is to present work of lasting educational importance, which will invite participation and contribute to the public and professional debate. Respect for the specialist appreciation of disciplines, media and techniques remains vital to the promotion of the arts at the Galleries.
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays - Closed
Please visit the Exhibitions Archive.