MA Art and Science (2020)


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Graduate Showcase | 28 July – 7 August

MA Art and Science 2020 


LOCATION | Hosted on the innovative UAL Graduate Showcase for final year students, the MA Art and Science Class of 2020 will be showing their work.

Graduate Showcase

Exciting new work from the interdisciplinary artists graduating from MA Art and Science will be shown on the Central Saint Martins Graduate Showcase. Twenty graduating students will present an eclectic mix of artworks, experiments and research exploring a broad range of subjects from memory to ecology, colour to crystallisation, taxidermy to electricity… and more. Scientific theories and practice relevant to our lives and times are interrogated, interpreted and channeled through a range of media including sculpture, performance, painting, print, new media and play. These interdisciplinary concepts stimulate current thought and explore the human experience through creative and critical investigation. 

Exhibiting artists: 

Melanie AndersonClytie BaoPhil BartonTeresa Zerafa ByrneColin ClarkLouise CrawfordQinming FengDaniel GowerCatherine HerbertMariana HeilmannRaji JagadeesanYang LiClaire Mc DermottRichard PatonMaria RibeiroOscar ToweDebi-Sara WilkinsonDiane WingateLiang XiaoMuriel Xiong 

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Part of Central Saint Martins

Graduate Showcase

28 July – 7 August 2020

Join us online for the Central Saint Martins Graduate Showcase.

This year, our graduating students have been challenged like never before. From across the globe, they have responded to current conditions with determination and ingenuity. With the world in flux, creative practice can imagine and deliver new ways of living. Come and explore as our graduates show us what that future could be.

Our Graduate Showcase offers a project space for each graduating student as well as curated collections and a live events programme. This is also the first time that you can discover graduating work from all six Colleges of University of the Arts London in one place.

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Symposium | 29 July

MA Art and Science 2020


Recorded live: Wednesday 29 July 2020

MA Art and Science graduates present an evening exploring themes of art, science, time, memory, space and nature.

Presenting work exploring the uncomfortable human/nature forced dichotomy of the Anthropocene, Phil Barton, Mariana Heilmann, Catherine Herbert Debi-Sara Wilkinson, draw inspiration from trees, mycelium, salt marches and bee-keeping with a common interest in the interface between the science, philosophy, psychology and creativity of the more-than-human of which we are a part.

Spanning the intangible and subjective concepts of time and memory, Teresa Zerafa Byrne, Diane Wingate, Claire Mc Dermott, and Raji Jagadeesan focus on: memory construction and recall; light and visual perception; spent plants, biophysics, geobotany, and the environment… and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Moderated by: Susan Aldworth, Heather Barnett, Nathan Cohen and Adrian Holme.