Final year stories
Suzanne Anthony's work will be on display in the Mural Room and the space required a different approach from her norm.
Gavin Blackhurst's 2D stop-motion film finds humour in breaches of social convention in film theatres, using an unconventional double-act.
Matt Copeland's new material combines strength, aesthetic appeal and a degree of conductivity.
Katherine Dalton’s collection is inspired by women and their experiences and stories.
Formal gardens and the impact of insidious advertising.
Ignacio Gubianas has developed the concept of “landscape veins” that connect a city centre with different regions in the outskirts and hinterlands beyond.
Thomas Hamill's film tackles the issue of mental illness and how affects relationships with friends and family.
Hugo Harris’s Degree Show work consists of a series of fragmented sculptures, each exploring the weight of the human body.
Ethan Hodson was prompted by a series of Proustian moments to embark on a font-creation project.
The main character of Abi Lamb’s graduation film is a sculptor who is captivated by the moon.
Jasmine Linington is tackling the devastating environmental impacts of the fashion and textile industry with work that uses seaweed as one of its core materials.
Yifu Liu's light is designed to be activated when two people blow simultaneously into the glass vessel.
Brandon Logan's work explores the islands’ human and physical geography.
Kieran McLister's short film features a scientists who wants to create the perfect scary monster
Lydia Norwood's ‘Ladies First’ is inspired by a Queen Latifah track about female empowerment.
Panna Nyeste has been inspired by online communities who share how-to guides on customising hearing aids.
Elinor O’Donovan’s work takes its inspiration from the peculiar and often absurd humour of the internet.
Making their film took Reece Smith and Julian Vogel to Sweden, Japan and the American Midwest.
Marina Solodova wants to dispel any myths or confusion about what landscape architecture is, and explains that it is not just about beautifying spaces.
Holly Summerson’s animated short considers the pressures to represent a good version of your gender or sexuality.