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BETH GRAHAM
Object Not Found
Ellen Sibley After coming across the phenomenon of visual agnosia, a neurological disorder which affects
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Bewitched: The Regaining Popularity of Potions, Powers, Psychics and Planets
Cressi Sowerbutts What is it with witchcraft, the talk of tarot, problem-solving using planets? It
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2020 Vision
Poppy Corbett The aspect of reality is shown though the documentations of current youth culture,
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After Hours in the Gallery
Ailish Beadle The gallery once the doors shut: imagine if all the art that we see
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Sad Shadow
George Davison Words: George Davison, Graphic Communication, @gtd_stuff
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Escaping Reality and Illusion of Music
Jack Taylor Music is one of the most diverse and creative forms of artistic media
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A False Reality
Holly Battle Virtual reality is an immersive experience which allows people to wear a headset
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Archive
Jade-Ashleigh Archives and piles of collated images and objects scatter my studio, such as an
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The Virtual Distraction
Harriet Laws-Herd My interest in this project began with the idea of embodiment within virtual
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The Global Project
Ollie Turner A newspaper design that emphasises the global warming crisis and pollution around the world
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La Muralla Roja
Erin Ruane La Muralla Roja, Spanish for ‘The Red Wall’, is a colourful postmodern apartment
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Reinventing Storehouse Online
My third issue to-date, and there’s an element of surprise encompassed within each process. Adopting
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Anxiety
Fraser McCormick This is part of an ongoing self-initiated motion and print project, where I am
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University and Relationships
Kieshona Brown A relationship: it can be one of the most beautiful experiences a person
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Dreams and Memories: a Lyrical Essay
Sean Hendley Nearing midnight, escaped from the proximity of my ‘roommate’, crouched on the floor
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Reward System
Dominic Lovegrove Reward System is an app designed to “gamify” your life by giving you
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Screentime
Sophie Anderson When is your phone most harmful? Is it when scrolling, subscribing and staring
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The Light
Hannah Teather What is the light that we search for within ourselves? The one that flickers
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Grad
Robert Burton ‘Grad’ is an improvised, hand-drawn stop motion animation, created in one day as part
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Whitening vs Tanning
Chalisa Chanchuvanichkul We live in a world of weird beauty standards. We relentlessly try to
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Free
Chloe Turner free social obligations make me  shove my fingers down my throat,  i’m taught not
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The Great (Female) Indie Magazine Explosion
Amelia Naomi How the female voice has come to be heard through the rise of
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Absolved
Melina Wilde These ideas keep me here, rooted, transfixed to a spot, dissolving in absinthe,
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Reality
Emily Mitchell illusion  /ɪˈluːʒ(ə)n/  noun  an instance of a wrong or misinterpreted perception of a
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Generation Pet
Beth Graham One thing that can be said for our generation is the rise in
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When Love Becomes Hate
Kieshona Brown Exes. If you’ve ever had the unfortunate opportunity of breaking up with someone
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One’s Unfortunate Process of Trying to Leave and Return to One’s Country
Chalisa Chanchuvanichkul WRITTEN FROM MY OWN UNFORTUNATE EXPERIENCE  I’ve always had quite bad luck when
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A Process of Understanding what on Earth you are doing with your Life.
Luke Taylor Step 1) Realize you’re unsure of what you’re doing with your life right now. 
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Light vs Dark Films
Beth Graham We all know the feeling of getting home after a long day, where
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Introvert-Extrovert
Gemma Shingles Introvert  I am stood in a room full of people,  all of which
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Deadman Review
Yannis Giannetakis Jim Jarmusch’s jazz western.  A young accountant by the name of William Blake,
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Creative Block
Amelia Naomi For all the wealth of diversity in the courses we study, there is
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Mindless Consumerism
Gigi Soh Disclaimer: The reason behind writing this article is not to point fingers or
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Films that Define our Generation
Beth Graham Films have the unique ability to define a generation in history, acting as
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The Fifth Stage
Vaineta Keraityte, Eleanor Needham, Luke McGarrigle, Drew Hardman, Lauren Walker and Chloe Boston With loneliness in the
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Seeing is Subjective
Lucia Calcagni When we see, what do we see? Is that what is actually there, or just what
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Dissolution – Modern Day Dorian Gray
ALICE QUINN The main concept of my design was to show the narrative of Dorian
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Imagined Reality
Sammy Tapp and Georgia Lauren Graham Painting and the collision with reality and illusion.   The
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Mirror Image
Katie Billham We’re stood in front of the mirror again. Poke this, prod that. Stretch,
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Does Art imitate Life or Life imitate Art?
Gigi Soh The answer towards the long-standing debate between “Art imitating Life, and Life imitating
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Transcription
Sarah Mark Transcription is understood as phonetic, however, personally, I understand it as an idea of entering inside and
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Killa Cowgirl
Zara Liddell Whilst looking into Y2K nostalgia ‘Killa Cowgirl’ was created in collaboration between Zara Liddell
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Double Double
Jake Mayes With these photographs, I wanted to portray reality and illusion with the use
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You’re Out of Your Mind!
Gaby Regan Your mindset is what can influence reality.  It takes thoughts and feelings to
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Looking through Children’s Eyes
Sean Goddard For children the physical act of drawing and creating is a key part
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Who Is In The Details?
Uzi Okotcha Sometimes we don’t know how to exist. A series of images depicting self-reflection
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Never Meet your Role Models?
Beth Graham “When I grow up, I want to be just like *insert name here*”
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The Reality of our Wildlife
Beth Graham It’s safe to say that we all live in somewhat of an illusion
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The Seventh Horse
Frances Hammond  The convergence of illusion and reality was central to my illustrations of ‘The
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Temporality through Form
Hannah Boyce Contemporary Wabi-Sabi draws on honest aspects of reality, for example, nature, natural processes
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Booklet of a Thin City
Thomas Goddard My practice has always been rooted in reality and illusion, coming from an optical art background with influences
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Revolve Circle
Victoria Paulley A collection of interlocking shapes designed with endless possibilities. The pieces have gone
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The Freepost
Thomas Hardwick ‘The Freepost’ is a campaign that is designed to increase the level of
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The UX Design Process
Jason Brown ‘UX’ is a buzzword that is thrown about by a lot of people
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Red Sea
Layla Weiss “Red Sea” is a series of shots I did for Kingsley. He approached
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The Storehouse Process
Storehouse Heads of Issue 19 As Storehouse becomes more and more known across NUA and
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The First Step
KIeshona Brown There is a stigma surrounding seeking help. As people, we don’t like to admit
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The Art of Subtraction
Gigi Soh Focal point: Practicing the art of subtraction in the process of finding your
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Studies in Still Life and Landscape: 2017
Sid Jones The Still Life and the Landscape are two of the most traditional processes
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Architectural Vision
Lewis Wyatt Despite reaching my third year of studying photography at NUA, I have yet
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Finding Magic in the Everyday
Freya Elise I long for magic, I crave it in every piece of fiction I come across.
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For the Love of Film
Samuel Weston I am a photographer based in London and Norwich, and I take fashion-inspired portraits.
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Charpai
Sahil Bhardwaj Just like art, the process of creation is omnipresent in most human activities. The mesmerizing process of
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Brick 2 Brick
Ruth Brittain In the spring term of 2019, Year 2 Graphic Communication student, Asha Wilson
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Playing
Roisin Delaney Process.  My artwork is never complete, or at least never has an end.
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Obscurity III
Deborah Dickinson Friedrich Hegel once said, ‘art expresses the spirit of a culture or age.’ This notion
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Untitled (Hands 1)
Daniel Randall Untitled (Hands 1) was my first real step into digital media. Using paint to
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Dawn on Proxima
Morgan Wright Speculative Zoology is a study in which scientists and artists predict the possible
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Jebiga/Turtle Glove 19
Rob Burton These images were the result of a series of improvised stop motion animations,
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Ride the Highway
Imogen Hawgood ‘Americans were seduced into accepting the automobile as the embodiment of modern dreams,
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Revival
Leah McGhee Some seeds can not sprout   unless they are burnt first.  There are lilies in South
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Over Fire Island
Rebecca Sayer I created this render as part of a collaboration project. It is an
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Let’s Play Dress Up
Emily Stewart Push your fingers all the way into the luxury of opera gloves, with
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Smoke & Mirrors
Alice Laycock How interior design in social media can be used to help, not hinder. As
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Expired Sky
Benjamin McLeister Using expired film on a slightly broken camera made for some interesting illusions.   Each photo
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Disentangle
Emma Chilicuisa Upon thinking about reality and illusion, I was flooded with loads of ideas right
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Ikigai
Becki Ball Ikagi is a small collection of prints inspired by the colours and translucency
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Dreamscape
Hannah Game Photography: Hannah Game, Storehouse Content Team, @hjgamephotography
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There? Over Where
Rachel Lloyd Over Here! I’m that dog that’s running around the park off the lead, full pelt at
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Processing Plastic
Beth Graham 125 plastic bottles. 213 bottle tops. 50 miscellaneous plastic trays and products. All
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Playhouse
Amy Harman The idea of process is extremely important within my personal creative practice. My
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Orang-Utan
Cara MacNally Deforestation is an extremely current issue that affects every one of us on
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HAZE
Nic Gordon This animation was my final outcome for my degree. I wanted to bring my love
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Maggie’s Centre
Molly Broomfield The first Maggie’s Centre opened in Edinburgh in 1996 and since then Maggie’s
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The May Queen
Maisie Moffat A literal representation of this issue’s theme of Process, these images show the evolution
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Solastalgia & Magenta City
Elizabeth Fijalkowski Magenta City was a personal project I created in Photoshop. I had been
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Landscape as a Discourse
Lorraine Cooke I am an alumnus of NUA currently working between the UK and Cyprus. As a former gallery
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Lightbox 2.0
Lois Wilson This piece aims to visually communicate the process of 2D, frame-by-frame, digital animation.
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Living Area
Amy Harman Responding to the Sainsbury’s vision of creating a space to ‘experience art as
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Collages
Katie Collins Process takes on many different forms in my work. It’s important for me
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Learning is part of the Processor
Katherine Morton We often think of ‘process’ as something that is complete, but not every project is completed,
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Introspection
Karolis Arbaciauskas Defined as the self-analysis and observation of one’s own mental and emotional processes, introspection
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Nebula
Joe Prendergast This work was created as a means of challenging my existing practice, which
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The Waves
Jake Mayes For these photographs, I wanted to pursue the idea of the process by
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Trust the Process
Jack Thompson The process is everything in the art world: it’s a journey from an idea
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Process and Progress
Jack Lennon Games development can be a very lengthy process to go from an idea
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Another Barbeque
Isabelle Cyr To reach a resolved piece of work I rely on different drawing techniques, of
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Glass Refracting Light
Imogen Hawgood The constant process of transformation brought about by the interplay of surfaces and
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A Sensory Process of a Fun Fair
Harriet Spalding The process of entering a funfair is presented through the sensory feelings using
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Destruction to Completion
Freya Elise There’s a rather strange beauty in the reclaimed, giving the forgotten paper a
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Animal Alphabet
Frances Hammond In response to the House of Illustration’s ‘Illuminated Alphabet’ competition, I created a
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Encouraging Local Tourism to the Broads – the UX Way!
Jason Brown This was a live brief with the Broads Authority to produce a web
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Creative Cut: The Waves of Aragoto
Emily Saunders A piece based around movement and fluidity, taking inspiration from classical Japanese culture.
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Walking as a Methodology
Ellen Grace Folkard “Paths, words and the rhythm and ritual of walking help me to
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Working at Graduate Fashion Week 2019
Elise Carter This summer, I had the opportunity to work with the digital team at
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Spot The Broads
Eleanor Lamb This project was a university brief in collaboration with The Broads Authority.  ‘Spot The Broads’ is
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Editor’s Note ’19
Jason Brown ‘Process’: a slightly different theme from our some of our previous ones, we asked
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Dimenticato in Italy
Cara MacNally This series shot in 2018 explores forgotten locations that were found in rural
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The Cyanotype Dress
Chloe Stockwell Cyanotype is a heritage printing process from the 19th century, using chemicals to produce a
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Childhood Bear
Beth Graham I want you to think of your first teddy bear. Think of how
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LIVE / WORK
Charlotte Kent From office workers to students, to young families, all walks of life can be found
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The Burning Mind of the Unknown
Chani Blears The process has become the most important thing when it comes to my
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Milk Hats
Catrin Hâf Feron I created these pieces after studying the photographic concept of ‘the male
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Corrosion
Catia Pimentel “Corrosion” is the consolidation of my exploration within materials, processes and techniques.   Process is
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Imitations of Water and Site 3
Callum Ritchie Dominic Lovegrove and I worked on a collaboration project with The Norfolk Broads Society. We
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PAUL – Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2019
Beth Freer Background about the Competition (taken from NUA website):  BA (Hons) Fine Art student Bethany
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My Hyperrealism Portraiture Process
Ben Tyreman I created this artwork based around the themes of hyperrealism and portraiture, and
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Typography & Movement
Benjamin McLeister Fitting with the theme of ‘Process’, ‘Typography & Movement’ arrived after working on
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My Photographic Process
Benjamin Leach My photography always stems from curiosity. I am always conscious of my surroundings, intrigued
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SAVOR Magazine
Barbara Wei SAVOR magazine, to delight in and savour the alone moments. It is based on the
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Little Faces
Ashley Jade Backhouse When I think of the word process, I think of growth, something adapting
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Living Area
Amy Harman Architectural Planes investigates urban environments through colour and shape. Observing the architectural planes
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Creased
Anna Ward In a gesture, I am attempting to exalt the mundane and elevate everyday objects. I looked upon the
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Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Niamh Fitzgerald These pieces I created as a visual representation of Dementia and Alzheimer’s. To
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‘Portals’ – Process and Building Design
Alice Laycock Interior Design is the archetype of a discipline dominated by the process.  The
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Leftovers Tugo
Ainsley Eagle Recreating the concept of the Doggy Bag to encourage people to take their
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7 Things I Learned While Sitting in the Backseat of a Cop Car
Kieshona Brown  This summer I got very familiar with the backseat of a cop car.
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Why I Still Buy CDs
Kieshona Brown One of the things I am most proud of is being a 90s
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The Art of Letting Go
Luke Taylor No, I’m not referring to Frozen.  Let’s be honest, learning to let go
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Stargazing
Tatiana Susvaliuc  Since I was a child, I remember myself watching the stars every night
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Urban
Stephen Johnson  In 2018, the subject of redevelopment is nearly always met with controversy. While
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Ansia
Sophie Banks Attraction against repulsion is a reoccurring theme within my sculptures. The pink sculpture in the
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Simon Rodgers
Simon Rogers This character is inspired by the Photographer Jono Rotman and his portrait series
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Yin and Yang
Sherlyn Goh In this series, I explore the concept of androgyny and question the gender
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Shedding Light on the Past
Beth Graham History is such an important part of society, it’s something we all take
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Scott Soley
Scott Soley My work focuses on exploring the use of dark tones within nature, comparing
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Come as You Please
Rhys Griffin Words: Rhys Griffin, Film and Moving Image Production Writing: Sean Goddard and Alex Stedman 
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Redefine
Rebecca Lee, Gabriella Molinari and Elleanor Woods FCP student and Creative Director Gabriella Molinari were initially
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Poppy
Poppy Chapman My subject matter for this set focuses on bringing light and humour into the otherwise
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OMG! You’re from Dubai
Patrick Smith A city of sand, but wonder to most  Don’t forget the culture that
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Liv
Oliver Saunders Fear of the dark is innate.  Fear of the dark is innate. Our
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Sicate (Study)
Melina Wilde I often use art to have a conversation with myself. The initial starting
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Spiritual Wellness
Liza Koroleva This image is an exploration of spiritual wellness. Karina is on the search
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Seasonal Affective Disorder
Lily Barber My work explores the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder and the subsequent reliance
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Karolis Arbaciauskas
Karolis Arbaciauskas ‘Cerulean’  The process behind this piece was very experimental, from start to finish. I
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Joanna Walker
Joanna Walker The series of work explores the connection between humans and nature. I wanted
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If you Really Want Me, Come on Sugar Let Me Know
Ji-Young Kim These photos embody what this odd and colourful bodysuit represents. A contrast itself of the
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Jessica Platt
Jessica Platt These are artworks from a personal project, visualising dream-like landscapes and figures that contain psychedelic,
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Jess Anderson
Jess Anderson Experimentation with long exposure settings to capture the movement of light.  Words: Jess
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Soma – Have you had your Daily Dose?
Jake Newbury Soma – Have You Had Your Daily Dose? is a response to the theme
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Innocence Vs Experience
Beth Graham and Beth Stilgoe As a child, we view the world in a different
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Ingrida Bagdonaite
Ingrida Bagdonaite This Student Fashion Show scene caught my eye due to the masks and
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Imogen Jade Hurn
Imogen Jade Hurn This work was inspired by a question I have been researching throughout
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Suburban Darkness
Imogen Hawgood Suburbia is the embodiment of both the American Dream and the slowly unfolding crisis
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Ibrahim Raza
Ibrahim Raza The overall concept of my photos is to mix fashion photography with art
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Hello Darkness
Kieshona Brown  This is a story of a time in my life when I felt
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Light Gives Me Life
Helen Harlow My interest in editorial illustration means that I aim to depict topics in
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Happy Places and Joyful Spaces
Leah McGhee An interview with third-year Textile Design student, Rosie-May Greenbank, joy-seeker and colour wizard. Rosie talks
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One Life Left
Ethan Brown  This university task was to rebrand and create a new Visual Identity for
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The Modern Glitch
Erin Ruane Inspired by modern digital media and my own explorative self-expression, my visual style
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Hench
Ella Flood Packaging design in response to the word ‘Hench’, meaning ‘someone tough-looking or muscular,
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Denize Orlovska
Denize Orlovska Words: Denize Orlovska, Illustration
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The Story of Concrete
Chloe Ellis Daily commuters in the thousands they go,  Driving over the backbone of our
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Chole Darnill
Chloe Darnill Portrait top right and below this text is of model Karina using studio window
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On Two Wheels
Chloe Baker-Cooper This project documents a group of young motorcyclists based in Norwich and the
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Cal Miles
Cal Miles These illustrations came out of the dark reality of graduating; not knowing where
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Interview with Beth Reeks, NUA Life Model
Hannah Murray We met with the fabulous Beth Reeks, a warm, down-to-earth Life Model with
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After the Rain Comes… The Puddle: Dive In
Chalisa Chanchuvanichkul We’ve all heard of the saying: ‘After the rain comes the rainbow’, symbolising the glorious
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The House of Daze
Ana Corona  The House of Daze is a Norwich based drag collective dedicated to showcasing
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G&T Packaging
Ben Chamberlain Recently, the release of new 3D design software by Adobe has made the
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Not Just Open, But Equal
Ben Chamberlain and Ethan Brown In the era we live in, equality is a hot topic. This
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Binary Hoppositions
Beth Graham Over the summer of 2018, Norwich and surrounding areas have been decorated with
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In Plain Sight
Brittany Miller ‘In Plain Sight’ is a campaign with the aim to show the UK
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Museum of Communication
Callum Brown, Jeremy Downes and Simone Costa Brief  Create a brand identity and associated brand
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Celestial
Frances Kennedy A series of Projection Visuals made for performance.  ‘The idea was to create
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The 90s Called
Ceara Coleman  This piece is titled ‘The 90s Called’ and was a fun personal project
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Strangers, Nice to Meet You
Chalisa Chanchuvanichkul When you go on a holiday to somewhere new, what do you try to
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Freshh
Charlotte Tankard And Katie Squirrell Charlotte and Katie were awarded third place in the Black Sheep 2018 competition
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Elevations
Conrad Areta These images are of elevations, sections, perspectives and a model of my temporary
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Portrayal
Emma Liu  Portrayal is a concept for an online brand that aims to highlight the
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Two Tickets, Please
Emmalouise Smith A film within a film within a film within a film… set in a
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Gemma Jouques
Gemma Jouques ‘My practice is very much process led and material based. I view the
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The Download
George Davison Focusing on the relationship that our generation has with technology, this piece highlights
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Like Father, Like Son
Jack Lennon Like Father, Like Son is a 3D scene representing Jack’s dad’s desk when
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Facing the Sun
Jordan Hardy Filmed on location in Beijing, China, Facing The Sun explores the issue of rapid urbanisation in Chinese
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Moving Portraits
Kellen Playford “Moving Portraits is a series of short documentaries about artists that focus on
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Travel India
Lucy Phillips These photographs were captured across Northern India, in Varanasi, New Delhi, Dharamshala, and many other places
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The Watched Generation
Maddie Exton  ‘I Can’t Remember What It’s Like To Not Be Watched’ I Can’t Remember What It’s Like
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Cognition
Nayeon Kang Here, light is recognised by several sharp-ended pieces of wood. The use of light and dark
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Co-Work Creatively
Olivia Elsey These images are part of an original concept project for the design of
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The New Generation
Saffron Brooker  The new generation is about creative relationships and collaboration. As a fashion design
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Creative Co-Working
Creative Co-Working
Stephen Johnson This project entitled Creative Co-working was all about creating a gallery and working
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As Clear As Black And White
Lorelle Aboagye-Mubanga An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition
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Kristy Campbell
Kristy Campbell Storehouse asked NUA graduate Kristy Campbell if she had any advice to give
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Swan Song 2017
Kieran McMullan Concerned with a discourse between sitter and subject, Kieran explores how presence can
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Inverted Reality
Fahim Fadzlishah Fahim chose his phone as a medium solely because it is a great
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Grow Up
Emmalouise Smith These photos are taken from a short film titled ‘Grow Up.’ Emmalouise cast
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Eloise Shaw
Eloise Shaw ‘Having used a camera for the past ten years then embarking on a
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Self-Destructed Self-Portrait Series
Doron Beuns A collection of work from Doron’s self-destructed self-portrait series. Doron was also one
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A Dickhead, A Pussy, Two Arseholes And A Rat
Dom Read An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition
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Mia Herrod
Mia Herrod We spoke to Textiles Student Mia Herrod about her perception of ethical fashion. 
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Christopher Roberts
Christopher Roberts My current series aims to look under the veneer of the ‘dreamlike’ and
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Self Portrait, 2017
Naomi Kirk-Smith An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye-opener exhibition, Naomi
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Instasham
Ceara Coleman An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition
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Tin Tran
Tin Tran An interview with our cover competition winner, Tin Tran. All of the team
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How To Be The Girl He Never Forgets
Cat Cousland Cat’s collection of moving images explore what it means to be a female.
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Mod Collage
Carter O’Sullivan An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition
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Perception On Film
Beth Graham The art of perception within film is one of the most powerful tools
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Late Night Meltdown
Amy Harman An interview with Jarrold’s prize winner, and one of our shortlisted artists for
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