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- Distorted Perceptions of Reality - Mirrorfast was an event organised by group of young female students at London College of Communication in order to celebrate female identity. We encouraged the woman to participate in our research and talk about the perception of femininity. Objectives: To explore other issues which contribute to woman perception of themselves, we considered subjects such as body image, advertising, plastic surgery and male gaze in the media. Our team aimed to achieve the d
- Cert (HE) International Preparation for Fashion (2015) The aim of this project is to re-visualise the conceptual meaning behind all the art and fashion movements of the 1960s Swinging London; to capture the 'joyful, celebratory [spirit] of the era' (Green, 1999, 17) without apeaing to repeat or mimc the iconic and eternal garments and bold textiles of the time.
- Initially a point of research, this series of interviews and discussions soon became a project within itself. The gold, letter-pressed quotes are juxtaposed by the lightweight, inexpensive newsprint, encouraging the audience to think about the value of the object: letterpress being such a precious and time-consuming practice on newsprint, a very disposable material. The pull-quotes are not only a symbol of value but also signifies a running theme throughout their work or their philosophy on the
- To coincide with the 2013 exhibition David Bowie is...staff and students from University of the Arts London including Jackie McManus, Caroline Stevenson and Charlie Craggs supported by the learning team at the V&A worked with young people from David Bowie's former school, Ravens Wood School in Bromley, on a short film entitled David Bowie is...one of us. The film was produced by 3AngryMen film production company and music producer, Robert Worby and includes original choreography, costumes and
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