Exhibition: F R E Q U E N C I E S

Credit: Pete Davis

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    The Levinsky Gallery, University of Plymouth

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Showcasing the latest works by 2018 postgraduate students, F R E Q U E N C I E S features a range of contemporary practice including video; installation; sculpture; performance; photography; book works, objects, texts, critical design, service design and speculative design.

The title of the show has been inspired by the diverse, transdisciplinary, nature of the students' practice. F R E Q U E N C I E S references the adaptability, elasticity and acceleration they show in negotiating change and innovation: taking charge of the ‘frequency dial’ and embracing progress, understanding how to make it their own.

Exhibiting students have completed their MA awards in design, contemporary art practice; photography and the land; photography and the book; and photography and writing.

Dates: Saturday 1 – Friday 14 December
Opening times: Monday-Friday 10:00–17:00, Saturday 11:00–16:00
Venue: The Levinsky Gallery
Free admission 

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Explorations season at The Arts Institute

This season we have shaped our programme around the theme of Explorations, an apt subject given that Plymouth is Britain's Ocean City, where many an epic journey first began. With such a rich history and expertise at out finger tips, we have looked at notions of exploration from many different angles. 

From explorations of creativity within music, looking specifically at Beethoven's artistic leaps of innovation as presented by Dr Robert Taub and a special performance by the London Mozart Players, to quieter more personal journeys that change the way we observe the world in which we live, as seen through the eye of photographer Jem Southam in the exhibition 'Birds, Rocks, Rivers, Islands'. 

The thirst for knowledge and understanding often provide the first impetus for exploring, and whether ground breaking or taking baby steps, exploration is without a doubt an essential part of being human. 

Credit: Mark Cocker

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