University of Brighton fashion graduates are putting their collections on display in the 2020 Graduate Fashion Week Read More
Recent University of Brighton Photography BA(Hons) graduate Noé Warren is one of 10 creatives selected by Creative Review to feature in their annual Gradwatch showcase which highlights art and design grads producing outstanding creative work.
Five students from the School of Architecture and Design discuss their online End of Year Graduate Show and reflect on their time at the university. Read More
Postgraduate students from the School of Art and School of Media are getting the chance to showcase their work in the third and final part of Graduate Show 2020. Read More
My work revolves around the issues of designing using the ‘average’, which has been used as a form of guidance to design spaces or objects by generalising everyone to fit into them. Read More
“My project allows expensive machinery to be created inexpensively, meaning that a wider range of people can access machines that otherwise would have been difficult or expensive to access.”
“I take enjoyment in how small interventions in the built environment affect the large scale, and how large interventions affect the small scale.”
My third year project work is largely based on the futuristic approach to graveyards set in the year of 2070. Read More
My work at the University of Brighton has developed over three years, culminating in a greater understanding and further appreciation of sustainable architecture and design. Read More
“My work has focused on developing a cybernetic system, co-designing with nature, that involves algorithm code writing in stimulating the growth of nature and the development of material and structural system.’”
My work is influenced by the joining of materials and how people interact with them. Read More
“The greatest influence for my work this year has Belgian design studio A JDVIV. Their approach cherishes the existing, creating delicate spaces from materials that are found nearby.”
My work primarily focuses on material reclamation and combating waste streams to create unique design solutions. Read More
“My final major project, Design Privitruism, is an exploration of the privilege of the designer, and how that determines the macro/meso/micro level of pro-social design interventions.”
My work consists of collective inspirations from two things that I enjoy the most in my free times, basketball and video games. Read More
“My work this year was inspired by a hypothetical anarchist approach to building, which resulted in an architectural language of satire towards planning laws.” Read More
As a theme, my studio was looking at any aspects that characterise the British culture in order to represent the festival of Britain 2022 located from Regency Square to the West Pier. Read More
“My course has not only been a and an opportunity to engage with wide range of tutors, researchers and even other courses and disciplines which enriches your work.” Read More
My work this year has focused on the design of a future tower within the Ashdown forest and has first focused on looking at an integration. Read More
This year my work revolved around the controversial subject of privacy; I focussed on user privacy rights and surveillance by both the state and by private corporations. Read More
Architecture and Design students discuss their courses and their final year work. Read More
Futuristic graveyards and turning Victorian warehouses into a doctor’s service are among the projects at the School of Architecture and Design End of Year Show. Read More
I definitely looked at architecture very differently before I started my course than I do now having finished it. Read More
My final major project work that appears in the online graduate show is called ‘.. .. 86’. Read More
My final project asks a number of questions. It is an accumulation of research, personal interest and current events. Read More
I often place importance on process and methodologies as means of communication throughout my practice. Read More
My practice explores the notion of being within a landscape and the human relationship to nature in all its simplicity. Read More
“The most important thing when it comes to sustainability in the fashion industry is that we work together to create change.” Read More
Grace Blackman, Fashion Design with Business Studies student was selected by Jess Cartner-Morley for the paper’s graduate special – Jess said, “I love the purity and the glamour in Grace’s work. Young designers sometimes shy away from making their clothes beautiful, because they want to be different. But beauty is powerful. She looks like an angel, or a superhero, or both.” Read More
I am a visual artist with a focus on photography, moving-image and collage. Read More
Take part in a range of free online events from talks to workshops covering fine art, painting, printmaking and photography. Read More
The work I create can be categorised as ‘camera-less’ photography. That is, I do not use a camera and lens, but create images through the contact of light on light-sensitive paper.
Sustainability has become the centre of attention in the fashion world, we have never felt the need to change as much as we do currently.
Immersing myself in nature and embarking on journeys where I experienced the joys of the natural world has been the main source of inspiration for my work this year.
My work is done based on memories from trips on the road in my country of origin Peru and later here in Europe, been the motorway the conduit to these imaginary landscapes of escapism and to my work.
Students and staff from Film and Screen Studies will be hosting the first Film & Screen Studies digital degree show opened by Councillor Alan Robins, Mayor of Brighton and Hove. Read More
My most recent project, Looking North is an exploration of the imbalance of opportunities for creatives between the North and South of England reflecting on social, political, cultural and historical contexts.
This year (for obvious reasons) the University of Brighton’s graduate show is being held online – and we couldn’t be prouder of the art, media and humanities students who have produced brilliant work for their final year exhibition. Come and take a look around and sign up to an online event. Read More
My works in the final year particularly are freer on looking for various ways to tell an idea, but in the end, I still like to present it or them in form of video as I’m exploring what I can do on moving images, or further, animation as well.
As a dress historian my work uses material culture specifically fashion to unlock a wider history of the world.
I’m heavily influenced by the Bauhaus idea of constant development and enjoy learning new skills, software and technology.
I am a conceptual designer that investigates environmental and societal issues to motivate positive change.
My practice focuses on depicting a more accurate representation of the female form.
The work I am presenting for the grad show is called ‘Sit Like a Lady’ and is a protest piece against the patriarchy and the ways in which men are more dominant in our society.
My work takes a humorous and light-hearted stance. Making works which confound the expectations of the viewer and creating a new experience of ‘illusion’, by mixing together old and new narratives of trickery.
My work is centred around creating narratives and story-telling, heavily influenced by my obsession with collecting found objects and ephemera.
My work is a very illustrative form of graphic design, I use my experience with illustration to help me coordinate my graphic communication process, whether it be a focus on branding, concept or visual identity.
My interests within my practice are around how the human body is perceived in contemporary western society and how it is constantly being shaped by rapidly advancing technologies and medicine.
My final major practice ‘Consistent with Advice’ is dealing with the distribution of information from various institutions such as the Government in times of crisis and how this information is either too broad, too vague or just isn’t applicable to the reality of the situation. Read More
My paintings orbit around ideas of absence, separation and secrecy.
My practice concerns the self. I use video, projection and performance to probe ideas surrounding body horror: the fine line between pleasure and repulsion. Questions of identity run through my work. Read More
“I’ve always been fascinated by the culture that produced the beautiful prints of 18th century Japan, so choosing Japanese prints as my area of study for my dissertation wasn’t hard.” Read More
“I am a research historian and I focus mainly on the 20th century and specialise in war history. I am currently working at Newhaven fort and have passed a curatorship course at the National Army Museum in London.” Read More
A lot of my work has a strong focus on process, I enjoy working in an analogue style and physically creating something as opposed to just working digitally.
I work primarily within the realm of cameraless photography which by its nature explores photography from a material sense in a manner that I find intriguing. Read More
My practice develops project to project as I try to tailor different styles and techniques to the subject matter. Read More
“My final year project has been concentrated around memory, specifically my earliest childhood memories.” Read More
“The central subject of my practice is the process of women empowerment in the context of contemporary society.” Read More
When looking at my portfolio, it’s a very mixed bag. I tend to pride myself on my versatility over a variety of mediums. Read More
“I’m a filmmaker and my work is centred around public engagement and documentary.” Read More
My painting practice engages with the language of Contemporary Abstraction. While reflecting upon its relationship to earlier movements in its history, I want to question the status of an abstract painting today through the legacy of formalism in contemporary art. Read More
My work explores the cross over between video game design and fashion. Read More