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Re – Connect—Dom Okah

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Re – Connect is a short animation, which depicts the lives of three neighbors who are so wrapped up in their social media lives, they rarely leave the house. Although they are all connected via the web, they have no physical interaction with each other.    The narrative of the animation aims to represent modern day’s society of technology obsession, […]

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Erased—Sophie Higgins

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Israeli newspaper The Announcer (HaMevaser) erased all women from the Paris Rally picture.  An image now well known from the after math of the Paris shootings at Charlie Hebdo. How would our news look, if we did the same to men? This zine is demonstrating such a concept. www.sophiehigginsdesign.com

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Hair on Point—Nakisha Kiely

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‘Hair on Point’ are three short hair tutorials. This project is an exploration of Afro – Caribbean hair, looking at individual stories, terminology and history. These videos were inspired from interviews which discussed the difficulty; ‘There weren’t many afro Caribbean hair dressers around then. People had to do their hair at home… and product wise […]

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Exploration of Curiosities—Laura Burgess

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I have been exploring curiosity and what makes people curious. At the end of my project I produced a box that invited those to interact with it. The document inside is a catalog of unused doors that have been sealed off from use. The doors enticed the imagination of others and they produced new narratives […]

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Freedom of Speech—Jake Yonggoog Seo

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My project is about Freedom of speech. My main outcome is short film. Today each people have all different think, opinion, expression and others. It means all different so there should be understanding for each other however people could not understand the differentiation so they keep say complain about it This short video show that […]

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BLOT—James Pollock

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‘BLOT’ and its supporting publication seek to ask questions about how we deal with once celebrated figures when they fall so far from grace. Should their works and tributes be erased or left to stand to remind us how wrong we could be about a national treasure? Can art and entertainment ever truly be separated […]

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Apple Exploitation—Ali Kerwood

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An activist stance on increasing awareness of the connection between conflict and profit. Looking at the source of minerals used in electronic devices and how people are in the third world are exploited by multinational corporations for financial gain. Alikerwood.com https://vimeo.com/127653712

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Watermelon Is Dead—Jasmine Lasode

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Watermelon dead is about destroying a black racial stereotype that has been around throughout history. Watermelons have been viewed as a major symbol in the iconography of racism, which formed from the slave trade but it has remained prevalent in the 21st century. Does it even mean anything anymore? Which follows on to other stereotype i […]

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