MMU Degree show 2016 Part 3
Welcome to the final part of my visit to the MMU degree show for this year. A couple of graduates firstly from the Architecture department, with wonderful architectural illustrations from both Alexandru Trofin and Hannah Bellerby.
These visuals are amazing, they make their creative, structural interpretations feel so real.
Of course, the MMU building is pretty amazing too.
Pauline Chorlton from the Creative Practice course is interested in the nature and the dynamics of the universe. I love her planetary paintings.
Some quirky lighting with accessories from Hattie Grace.
Math Whittaker and Bethan Wilson show us some great uses of form and function, mixed with a little decoration.
Curvaceous glass work from Imogen Davis.
Perfectly made, pleated, fungi-inspired-forms from Theresa Kitching.
Leanne Orme presents us with jewellery made from foraged materials.
And Francesca Lobb explores the ideas behind body adornment and how objects evoke personal comforts for their owner.
Chelsey Mae Roberts is using fetility and IVF as inspiration for her final project. The use of ritualistic artifacts for fertility historically and today and our current relationship with modern and traditional fertility treatments, are all ideas trailing through Chelsey’s work.
Well that’s all for this year, wow and to think I saw all this within an hour ! Plenty more to view and I’m sorry I didn’t get to see more. Good luck to everyone who’s graduating this year, do let me know what you think of the work and which pieces in particular you find inspirational.