The next young generation of artists and designers displayed their works at the Ravensbourne's annual summer show which took place at their North Greenwich campus last week.
The whole exhibition was displayed across nine different floors. Each floor was showing a different discipline, from graphics to architecture, fashion, design and photography. It was incredible to see this hub of talented artists, and how their different mediums all connected with each other.
We started our journey from the top floor, working our way down through a plethora of art works, jumping from one project to the other. It wasn’t always clear what the intention of a particular project was, but this was what made it so interesting – we could create our own understanding and interpret the project for ourselves.
Digital art and interactive design was a key theme that ran throughout the show, and in my opinion, this direct interaction with the visitor was what made it such a great show. The talking mirror by Kimberley Cakess was a particular favourite.
There was so much diversity, and exceptional work exhibited, that I cannot wait to see what next year has in store.
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