Sunday, 11 May 2014

3rd Year MUST3028 Installation Art projects this week

Do come along and support the third years as they present their final installations over the next few days.

Monday 12 May, 4.00-5.00pm
• Sagnik Basu, Hanging Gardens: A.D. 2077: This installation is set in the year 2077, a post-apocalyptic world where survival becomes the first priority of human life. With the constant diminishing of the human race due to a deadly virus that has been spread throughout the world, survivors have been assembled at the safest place on Earth; their new home - 'The Hanging Gardens'. A place that aims at creating a new civilization....a new beginning. (Foyer, PACE building)
Monday 12 May, 4.30-5.30pm
• Chris Inglis, Create. Record. Destroy: An interactive installation exploring the simultaneous creation and destruction of a recording. (The Looking Glass Pub, Braunston Gate )

Tuesday 13 May, 2.00-4.00pm
• Sam Topley, a little bag of thoughts: a reflection of shared nonsense (PACE Studio 1)

Wednesday 14 May, 2.00-4.00pm
• Szymon Gabrielczyk, In Ten Years Time: A created space that encompasses the audience to surmise about the decade to come (PACE Studio 1)
• Sam Willmer, [more info to follow] (Campus Centre 2.17)
• Fenton Hutson, Rhythmic Sounds of Trinity Gardens explores the sounds that can be heard and can't be heard of Trinity Gardens. Because the piece is influenced by John Luther Adam's piece Inuksuit, it emphasises on the rhythms of these sounds rather than their pitch. (Trinity House Gardens).

Thursday 15 May, 2.00-4.00pm
Josh Yates, [more info to follow] (PACE Studio 1)
Alex Gibbons, [more info to follow] (Campus Centre 2.17), 2pm onwards
Thom Lilley, The Distorted Urbanised Exponential Spiral: A negative slant on how Urbanism can have affects on quiet areas and how it is increasingly spiralling (Trinity House Gardens).

Friday 16 May, 10.30-11.30am
• Jamie Siddons, [more info to follow] (Vue Leicester Cinema, Meridian Leisure Park)
Friday 16 May, 2.00-4.00pm
• Alex Cable, Obsolete: Exploring the mechanical soul of music technology (PACE1)
• Sam Warren, Parallel Enviroment: A journey based installation, exploring changing environments throughout the day (Campus Centre 2.15/16)

Monday 19 May, 2.00-4.00pm
• John Durnford, [more info to follow] (PACE Studio 1)
• Josh Yates, [more info to follow] (PACE Studio 2)
• Max Quick, The Sight of Solitary: It has been documented that conditions of sensory deprivation often induce the mind to shift into a drastically altered state of consciousness and perception. This installation sets out to explore the audiovisual experience of this phenomenon.