Tabula Rasa Exhibition. Swansea College of Art
Swansea College of Art, Tabula Rasa Exhibition. A sampler of student artworks.
All week this week, Swansea News Network will be sharing a selection of some of the wonderful artworks by the Fine Art Degree, 1st and 2nd-year students at the city’s Swansea College of Art. Full details of the exhibition on posters below.
Bliss Horstead – Bliss Horstead takes inspiration from feminism, exploring how the ‘Male Gaze’ affects women in contemporary society. She also uses personal experiences as a vehicle to explore artistic relationships within different narratives of the self. She creates a range of mixed media work.
Katie Philips – “Art is freedom… being able to bend things most people see as a straight line” Phillips works widely in any medium with no limits to restrain what can be done. In this moment of time her priorities lie within the areas of spray painting and ceramics. Creating art with simple meanings and allowing the viewers to create their own conclusions to the work’s meaning.
Jo Caunter – Caunter’s diverse works focus on themes of identity, the different aspects that come to define who we are. In her latest body of work, she has explored identity in relation to the body, not only how we perceive bodies, but also how our bodies are used as tools to reflect our inner selves.
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