It’s just a taste is a poetic response to the increasing sense of isolation, biophilia and digital surveillance since COVID-19 lockdown. The artist’s attempt to becoming-algae mediates through an affective performance. The aquatic photosynthetic organism intrigues the artist for its symbiotic relations with humans and its potential as microbial intelligence.
I use colour and geometric figures to explore different spatial and chromatic relationships, the analysis of colour data and the exploration of mathematical science. This helps to express emotions and reveal the relationship between colour and space. The mutual composition and influence between planes and solids, creates connections between each geometric element that extends out from the image plane, to create a three-dimensional spatial effect.
| PERSONA | – “Derives from Latin, where it originally referred to a theatrical mask. Can refer to either the public image of one’s personality, or the social role that one adopts, or a fictional character”. In this artwork, the visual artist Miguel Martim (he/she/they) is intrigued about normativity, patriarchy, prejudice, life in different contexts… The impact on our whole perception ofeverything. Even the self-perception… Are we just an amalgamation of what others want? Can we really deconstruct ourselves to see a “clearer picture”?
International Remote Dinner Party is a participatory performance, inviting all women, transgender and non binary people to connect and celebrate community while sharing a dinner together. Join the table on April 25th for the rehearsal of International Remote Dinner Party in a safe online space!
‘Tangible Connections’ is a collaboration that explores the transference of physical objects and the connections they weave as new stories unfold. During the MA course, Kelly, Anita and Lucy have never actually met face to face. This project is a way to connect and make new artworks inspired by the five objects the artists send one another.
Follow their journey during the three-part live series!
This work is about a man looking for his own kind in a totalitarian society. I liken what I can’t say or post in public to a kind of code that reminds me of passing notes in class when I was a kid. If the student is caught talking in class, he will be punished. Although corporal punishment is almost extinct in China today, it was still common when I was a child, and society was ignorant and numb to it. It’s a state of acquiescence.
A visual poem exploring memory, loss and healing; been walking with pace to find calmness. Adam Muscat is a moving image artist who’s work amalgamates experimental film, sound, drawing and writing to covey collective experience, memory and stream of consciousness.