Issue 16

‘Perception’

Release date: March 16th 2018

At Storehouse, we have a dying urge to learn more about students, and the thinking behind their work. With no limits on how your creation can be achieved, we trust in the creativity of NUA to explore any medium that fits, as long as it illustrates and communicates the intended idea of perception, the theme of issue 16. For the first time Storehouse will be accepting Film and Moving Image submissions, with a platform in the works to showcase these creations. We want no creative courses to be ignored! In true Storehouse fashion, we want to see work that is truly unique and embraces a range of unique skills so SURPRISE US!

Amy Harman An interview with Jarrold’s prize winner, and one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition, Amy
Beth Graham The art of perception within film is one of the most powerful tools imaginable, filmmakers can harness this
Carter O'Sullivan An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition Carter O'Sullivan. How was your
Cat Cousland Cat’s collection of moving images explore what it means to be a female. In which, the male gaze
Tin Tran An interview with our cover competition winner, Tin Tran. All of the team fell in love with Tin’s
Ceara Coleman An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition Ceara Coleman. How was your
Naomi Kirk-Smith An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye-opener exhibition, Naomi Kirk-Smith.  How was your self-portrait
Christopher Roberts My current series aims to look under the veneer of the ‘dreamlike’ and somewhat Uncanny aesthetic and offer
Mia Herrod We spoke to Textiles Student Mia Herrod about her perception of ethical fashion.  It is clear you pride
Dom Read An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition Dom Read. How was your
Doron Beuns A collection of work from Doron's self-destructed self-portrait series. Doron was also one of our shortlisted artists for
Eloise Shaw 'Having used a camera for the past ten years then embarking on a photography degree, it has been
Emmalouise Smith These photos are taken from a short film titled ‘Grow Up.’ Emmalouise cast fellow NUA students, Scarlett Archibald-Wright
Fahim Fadzlishah Fahim chose his phone as a medium solely because it is a great device to create such images.
Kieran McMullan Concerned with a discourse between sitter and subject, Kieran explores how presence can affect action. It is through
Kristy Campbell Storehouse asked NUA graduate Kristy Campbell if she had any advice to give current students after stepping into
Lorelle Aboagye-Mubanga An interview with one of our shortlisted artists for our eye opener exhibition Lorelle Aboagye-Mubanga. How were your
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