Sophie Hallett, who is studying Postgraduate Certificate Design for Visual Communication at London College of Communication has created a publication to assist customers at London department store Selfridges.
Sophie talks about her work:
“For my Professional Contexts brief I was interested in working with information design using fashion content. Working in luxury fashion retail, I wanted to apply my knowledge of this customer base to my project. I decided to produce a publication to introduce the upcoming season to VIP customers at Selfridges department store, entitled AW13.
Svenja Frahm, who is currently studying MA Graphic Moving Image at London College of Communication has produced ‘Pixelphonia’ – a project about mobile phone etiquette.
She discusses her work:
“Mobile phones are well-known cause for irritations in public as well as in private spaces. Although everyone seems to have a personal attitude towards how a mobile phone should be used appropriately, there doesn’t seem to be a common denominator.
The aim of this project is to draw attention to our use of mobile phones in public.
Graduates from London College of Communication’s MA Sound Arts course present their final works in an exhibition entitled, Breaking the Mirror of Silence, at the Angus-Hughes Gallery, from 26 November – 1 December (private view Monday 25 November).
Three years after the Tate dropped the word “visual” from the Turner visual art prize, the relationship between sound art and visual art is still indistinct.
Yi Chun Lin, who is currently studying MA Graphic Moving Image at London College of Communication, has created a final project which looks at the relationship between Chinese philosophy and art. Yi Chun answers the question:
How can I express Chinese philosophy in art through alternative, modern and/or non-traditional media, yet at the same time neither lose nor miscommunicate the core concepts behind this philosophy?