Contemporary Media Practice

Exhibition 61


Exhibition Sixty 1 is a compendium of diverse arts demonstrating innovative creations from the most talented individuals graduating from Contemporary Media Practice at the University of Westminster. Revolutionary designs in photography, film, animations and interactive installations will journey you to the Middle East, Asia and even sunny Jaywick through inexplicable technique attempting to change perceptions, challenge notions and provoke emotion.

Join us on our opening night and witness the visually complex work created by our finest students from one of the first and only interdisciplinary, multi-media production degree courses in the country.

From using found footage to deconstruct the manipulative power of the moving image to reassessing gender equality in sports representation, these projects will both challenge and inform, no more so than the account of a 60 year old London gay escort. Further from home we see inside the issues of China’s home migrant culture and we travel to Eastern Turkey to discover the lost languages of this huge nation.

Experience this extraordinary exhibition in the cavernous subterranean gallery space that is Ambika P3. Situated under the University of Westminster’s Marylebone campus, it is in this salubrious space that the sixty-one graduating students of the Contemporary Media Practice course can delight audiences with new subjects and interpretations of issues and aesthetics of their media. Please join us at Exhibition Sixty 1 for a celebration in the most conducive of spaces in London.

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