Clone of Contemporary Media Practice BA Honours

Contempory Media Practice Degree Show


Contemporary Media Practice presents: new films, installation, interaction and immersion

Venue: Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent St, London W1B 2UW
Date: Tuesday 13 June
Time: 7.30-11pm
Contact: [email protected]

Venue: Ambika P3, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS
Preview: Friday 16 June 6.30-8.30pm
Date: Sat 17 June – Mon 19 June
Time: 11am–6pm

Every year graduates from this multi-disciplinary course challenge the norms and limits of a range of visual media practices. In a contemporary world of competing media voices and allegations of fake news, these graduates rise to a challenge; to tell new stories, question the limits of media in our lives and bring new solutions in a 'post fact' world.

This year projects engage with issues of unaffordable living, the ongoing and escalating crises of migration, reality and alternative realities. In an era of virtual reality and artificial intelligence we ask questions about authenticity, solitude and the possibilities of regeneration.

Ambika P3 is one of the largest gallery spaces in London hosting international exhibitions. Join us on our opening night and witness the visually complex and multivalent work created by our students, from one of the first and only interdisciplinary, multi-media production degree courses in the country.

Regent Street Cinema opened in 1848 and regarded as the birthplace of British cinema, the cinema featured the first motion picture shown in the United Kingdom.

Contact: Graham Evans, [email protected]



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