A diverse collection of graduate work was exhibited at the gallery including all the work from the Westminster students’ final projects. In total, 52 students showcased at the exhibition, displaying work varying from portraits to landscape photos.
The exhibition included work by Alice Schoolcraft, whose images showed what it’s like to grow up in America. The photographs particularly focused on what it’s like to grow up in a country where guns are so readily available. Elsewhere, Alysandra de Gonville Morrison’s project looked at the different towns that sit along the A5 road.
Also in the exhibition were photos by Anna Sophia-John, whose abstract photo of a rotting potato aimed to challenge the way art is interpreted. Christiana Rousounidou and Grace Flynn both used pastel colours in their work, with Christiana’s work featuring iridescent cutlery and Grace’s photos of sculptures in front of pastel backgrounds.
Black and white photographs were also shown throughout exhibition, with portraits by Nicole Kemp, mixed-medium work from Jay Brasier-Creagh, spider webs from Misa Ko and an insight into life on a housing estate by Jessica Thomas. Sarah White’s work, called ‘There’s No Time like the Present’, was selected to be used in all the promotional material.
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