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University of West London creative students have work displayed in degree show exhibition

Final year students from the University of West London have had their work displayed in the East End in a degree show exhibition called Kaleidoscope.

The 17 BA (Hons) Photography and BSc (Hons) Visual Effects students from the London School of Film Media and Design (LSFMD) had their work shown at the Espacio Gallery in Shoreditch.

University of West London students show their work at Espacio
University of West London students show their work at Espacio

Among them was Stefania Carli, BA (Hons) Photography who showed her work about Kent’s coastline at risk from rising sea levels titled Fading Away.

Fading Away. Photo: Stefania Carli,
Fading Away. Photo: Stefania Carli,

Stefania, originally from Venice, Italy, said: “I was inspired by the experimental processes of Los Angeles-based photographer Matthew Brandt. It took quite a few days to perfect the technique I used so that all the layers of ink erode in my photography.”

Fading Away is also the largest photographic print ever to feature in a final year degree show exhibition, at 3.5 metres in length.

Peter Bennett, course leader for BA (Hons) Photography at LSFMD said: “It’s so important for our final year students’ work to be exhibited to the public and industry professionals at the degree show. It gives our students the opportunity to sell their work, build their industry network and pick up future jobs.”

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