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Creative Industries Degree Show 2012 

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Place & Presence - a Media Practice Photography Exhibition 

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The Edge of Collapse 

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An arresting new series of photographs by Suzanne Mooney will be on display at Spike Island between 21 January and 25 March, with a Private View on Friday 20 January between 18:00 and 20:00 to which UWE staff and students are invited.

Suzanne uses various printing techniques and paper types to 'harness a tension between an object and its representation'. She is interested in the potential sculptural qualities of photography and within her carefully composed images she studies line, form and scale to unsettle viewers' perceptions of architectural and pictorial space, without using any digital manipulation.

Come along and see for yourself!

Acclaim for UWE Photography student 

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Congratulations to recent Photography graduate Ibolya Feher, who has been garnering recognition for her work from several quarters. She was a finalist in the London Street Photography Festival, from which the above photograph comes, and she was also a finalist in the South West Graduate Photography Prize (alongside fellow UWE graduate Luke Archer).

In addition she was the runner up in the "Photographer of the Year" category in the prestigious Guardian Student Media Awards, announced at a ceremony in London a couple of days ago. The shortlist was selected from 648 entries across nine categories and the judging panel included the Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger and the campaigner Heather Brooke.

FdA Creative Practices Exhibition 

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You have a chance to see the work produced by students on the FdA Creative Practices pathways when they exhibit at the Bristol School of Art, Queens Road, Clifton, between 9-11 June, so go along and support them if you can.

For more information please contact or call 0117 919 2642.
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