'Re-Imagined States' Arts and Humanities MA Show
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    Peninsula Arts Gallery, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University (Mon-Sat 10:00-17:00, Sun 11:00-16:00)

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Many of the graduates are working with the relationship between humanity, technology and image. These inter-relationships between the social, cultural and the landscapes of technological change, have fascinated artists, photographers and designers for many years. They have grappled with questions of form, reportage, function and utility since the industrial age, but today’s designers and photographers are trying to reconcile the interactions between the sustainable, science and society, between the digital and the ecological, between the periphery and centre.

The Arts are no longer merely a technological/science/material/ phenomenon, they are rather a relational phenomenon. This exhibition seeks to highlight the links in these relationships, our social lives, the imperative of innovation and the societal search for personal equality, economic, cultural quality, and community well-being.

Date/time: 3-17 December, Mon-Fri 10:00-17:00, Sat 11:00-16:00
Venue: Peninsula Arts Gallery, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Ticket information: Open to the public - free admission

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'Searching' season

This year Peninsula Arts have brought together a talented team of curators, artists and academic advisors to present a line-up of exhibitions, films, talks, performances and music events that all respond to the theme of ‘Searching’. 

The continual search for knowledge and understanding of the world around us is what underpins and fuels university life and so ‘Searching’ seemed a prescient way to launch into the new academic year. Whether the search is for home, for identity or new experiences, this season’s programme is sure to delight and stretch your imagination in many ways.

Image: Douglas Gordon Self Portrait of You + Me (David Bowie), 2007. Burnt photographic print, smoke and mirror. © Studio lost but found / DACS 2016

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