Unfolding Narratives: PhD Work-In-Progress Show
Launch Night: Wednesday 4 March 2020, 5:30 - 8pm
Exhibition: Wednesday 4 - Thursday 12 March 2020
London College of Communication presents Unfolding Narratives, the first Work-In-Progress show highlighting projects from our LCC PhD students.
Join the vibrant research community at London College of Communication as our PhD students exhibit work created at key points throughout their academic journey.
Spanning disciplines including sound arts, film, graphic design, and photography, this exhibition celebrates the vital role that research plays in LCC’s diverse and creative culture.
Featured work includes:
- Africandescence: How does a Sankofa aesthetic function in a British black female reading of avant-garde films? (Judah Attille)
- Visual Elements and Visual Paradigms: Re-thinking scientific conceptual figures through graphic design (Gill Brown)
- Another drawing, another narrative: an interface between narrative drawings and theories of world making (Paul Jackson)
- Stepping Through the Photograph (Elin Karlsson)
- Mapping Experiences of Inner Sounds (Victoria Karlsson)
- Memoirs of My Vulva: An exploration of female genitalia as characters within autobiographical graphic narratives (April Meichen Lu)
- Empathic Listening/Radical Listening: learning from feminist and decolonial contemporary arts practices through artistic research (Katherine McBride)
Whether you’re already a part of our UAL active PhD community, the friends and family of exhibitors, or staff and students from the wider teams at LCC or UAL, we welcome all supportive guests to come along and celebrate the practice of our students.
LCC’s research community is made up of world-renowned practitioners and theorists specialising in disciplines such as film, photography, communication studies, sound arts, spatial design, and graphic and information design.
We offer a supportive, exciting environment through our series of seminars, lectures and events. In recent years, graduate researchers have curated exhibitions, hosted conferences and produced publications of their work.
Our research is supported by collaborations with industry, commerce and the cultural sector; funding from UK research councils; and through international partnerships.
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Important filming and photography notice
Please note that filming and photography will be taking place throughout the event. Bigger crowds, smaller groups and individuals may be captured on camera. All imagery and footage may at some point be published on the College's website, social media channels, and in print.