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The greatest resource they take with them

is the knowledge they have of each other


just as their greatest privilege while they
have been at Central Saint Martins has
been the studio company of their peers.

Central Saint Martins


BA Fine Art 2007
Central Saint Martins
BA Fine Art 2007

© Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design 2007


Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
107– 109 Charing Cross Road
London WC2
www. arts.ac.uk
Contents

Foreword by Harland Miller 7


Introduction from the Course Director 11
? Title (Jo Morra’s writing) 13
The Artists 15
Acknowledgements 139
7

Foreword
Harland Miller

The eminent American essayist, Ralph Waldo I think he said


Emerson, once described the writing that you poppycock, though
encounter in the front of art catalogues as ‘A hard I like to think
iron stream of absolute poppycock’ though this
may not be quite verbatim – I think he said
the actual word
poppycock, though I like to think the actual word was Bollocks
was Bollocks, and I remember thinking this was
never truer than of the writing that had appeared
in the catalogue of works that accompanied our
Degree show, when I was a student. It is of course
impossible in the space given, to talk about all the
students work individually – and to attempt to talk
about it collectively was not applicable, as art
schools are not in themselves movements – and,
over the duration of the course plenty of antipathy
and rivalry had developed – enough to make this
approach wholly inappropriate.
Its difficult to know then what can be said, but
writing this, with a hangover, as I am – is (now
that I come to think of it) quite redolent of my
general condition the morning after I had passed
out – that is to say graduated, finished or officially
completed my degree.
It was of course summer then, and in the immediate
aftermath of the opening, as the caretakers were
throwing people out, (something they were
perennially keen on) I remember my fellow
students standing around out front of the college in
the warm evening air, and looking altogether
different to the way they had over the previous
three years – not because some of them were
dressed differently – though this was interesting in
its way, but because what amounted to well over a
thousand days of interaction with these people –
had, in most cases produced nothing more than
restrained hello’s – and now it was good bye –
probably in most cases forever.
8 9

Foreword Foreword

most galleries, The evening previous, I had been involved in a car I felt a reproduction of the work would transcend to this day,
critics, curators, crash – a very near thing – a truck driver who had all of this, not necessarily now but in time, however I still have a
and collectors stopped to see if he could help and who had there was something more as well; I’d grown up in more intimate
witnessed the whole thing had called it ‘a miracle.’ Yorkshire, where I hadn’t really been able to
collectively upheld experience art, except though books – and, to this
relationship with
the patronisingly Far from the ‘I’m just glad to be alive’ type feeling art through books
day, I still have a more intimate relationship with
romantic attitude I thought this might have left me with, it had for than standing
art through books which you can pour at home,
me suddenly redoubled a feeling of the importance
that you had to while propped up in bed for instance, smoking, in front of it
of having a means of outward expression – and, at
suffer for your art than standing in front of it in a public gallery,
this precise time, for me, the most important area
surrounded by people and watched by attendants.
in the whole building and probably the whole
world was two floors up, behind a window I’d just I think this was also because of the then gulf
cleaned to let in light upon my ‘space’ and – My between the fantasy and the reality of success, that
show – that which represented the culmination of which F Scott Fitzgerald writes of as being the time
three years work, and its potential direction – most “When the realised past and the hoped for future
of all its potential direction. mingle into one gorgeous moment, when life is
literally a dream.”
It wasn’t at that time standard for there to be a
catalogue accompanying student shows and I believe
it was the first time there had been one, and that
this was considered by some of the older tutors to
be premature. Unlike America, the prevailing attitudes
towards young artists at this time in England seemed
to be that they were almost inconsequential, and
though this was happily about to change in a
massive way – it was just then extant in the attitudes
of most galleries, critics, curators, and collectors,
who collectively upheld the patronisingly romantic
attitude that you had to suffer for your art. That it
was presumptuous and jumped up to want to
exhibit or see your work reproduced.
I remember thinking the inverse – that the catalogue
was more important than the show. It turned out
not to be of course, but perhaps I was already
thinking in terms of a lasting documentation of the
course, as opposed to a show which might go up
and come down without creating much of a stir or
ripple because it was unfashionable say, or out of
the loop, and for which you may yet subsequently
still get a third, or a fail.
11

Introduction
Jane Lee, Course Director

As the very new Course Director I am writing this a community


page as a virtual outsider. As a newcomer, however, committed to
I am perhaps more able to appreciate the qualities excellence and long
of Central Saint Martins even better than those to
accustomed to the
whom they are very familiar. You can get so used
to the buzz of never ending activity here that you risks and sacrifices
stop marvelling at the culture it produces. It is a which that entails
culture which radiates from our workshops and
studios and seminar rooms into a world which
has learned to turn towards the community we
have formed. It is first and foremost a community
committed to excellence and long accustomed
to the risks and sacrifices which that entails.
The students exhibiting now have all proved
themselves in that community and are ready to
undertake the considerable challenges of their
own independent practice. The greatest resource
they take with them is the knowledge they have
of each other just as their greatest privilege while
they have been at Central Saint Martins has been
the studio company of their peers. Artists are not
really the solitary souls of romantic construction.
Their ideas and products may be singular but they
are developed and defined first among other artists
in whom they have confidence. The graduating
exhibition is always a vindication of that process
and manifests its strength. This catalogue, the
result of co-operation and dedication, is its
emblem and the emblem of our community.
13

Title?
Jo Morra

As I sit down to write this text, I am drawn to think ubiquitous


about, and smile at the knowledge that there is an enthusiasm,
intensity that is filling the halls of our building. creative thinking,
107–109 Charing Cross Road is under
reconstruction. There is a buzz in the air. A crackling
turmoil and
that is more than the usual creative energy generated collegiality
by the students on the BA Fine Art, here at Central
Saint Martins. It’s that exciting and challenging time
of the year, when yet another distinctive degree
show is in emergence. With ubiquitous enthusiasm,
creative thinking, turmoil and collegiality, the
students and staff are daring to do it all once more:
to rise to the enormity of the task at hand: putting
on a large-scale, multi-faceted degree show curated
over seven floors and a film viewing theatre,
representing 150 students’ work. The show is under
way: some works of art are beginning to be made,
while others are nearing completion; curatorial
decisions are being batted around as resolutions are
undertaken for the hanging of the show; the
aspirations for this catalogue’s unique character are
being realised; and in the midst of this, each third
year student has submitted their thesis wherein they
have accomplished, once again, so much.
My role on the BA Fine Art is to coordinate the
Historical and Theoretical Studies (HATS) programme
for the degree. This means that, each year, along with
both my HATS and studio colleagues we pull
together what we hope to be an inspiring, thought-
provoking and relevant programme on what’s at
stake in contemporary fine art practice today. This is
one of the pleasures of teaching on this course: the
integration of ‘theory’ and ‘practice’ is central to our
understanding of art making and its interpretation.
As such, each year, we are moved by our students
to reconsider the parameters of this complex
inter-relationship through their research, writing,
thinking and making. This year is no exception.
15

? title ?
The Artists

this year’s The die has been cast, and once more, the students
graduating students have succeeded in writing remarkable theses. In
have challenged these texts, they have interrogated, complicated,
explicated, disputed, – at times with breath-taking
each other and facility, clarity and ease – what it is that excites and
us, and made us motivates them as practitioners. These students are
all wise to other risk-takers. In their written work, these burgeoning
ways of thinking artists ‘use’ and ‘abuse’ theory: they deform,
transform, distend, and curtail it: they love it and
loathe it in equal measure, perhaps that is why they
are so often so provocative. And then, as if this is not
enough, they go on to paint, sculpt, perform, draw,
photograph and make films that examine, express,
and critically interrogate their material and
theoretical concerns as visual artists. In these ways,
these individuals articulate their practice and the
critical awareness that they bring to cultural
production. This possibility, this space of negotiating
writing and making, words and images, the verbal
and visual, is what makes an art school environment
the uniquely privileged place it is for its staff and
students alike.
Throughout the past three years, this year’s
graduating students have challenged each other and
us, and made us all wise to other ways of thinking.
They have brought with them their new vision and
insight into what the future can be, what it can look
like, and what we can experience in it. Their
enthusiasm for living a creative life rubs off on us
all, and we are appreciative. This is the crux of what
it means to be in art school: what makes it more
than worthwhile, and nearing a necessity. And why
there is simply no place like it.
This year, I am certain that our degree show will be
another success: and with that I wish the class of ’07
the best in their future endeavours.
17

Guven Akkir
+44 (0)20 8482 6525
+44 (0)7944 947 561
akkir12345@hotmail.com

Unititled
Oil on canvas
30 × 24 cm
18 19

Ben Backhouse Alex Ball


+44 (0)7733 107 984 +44 (0)7979 941 216
ben@bloodbornedesign.com AlexBall-is@hotmail.com
www.benbackhousephotgraphy.com

Untitled Coral Figure 2


Digital C-type print on aluminium Household paint on board
100 × 66 cm 24.5 × 18.5 cm
20 21

Rolf Baltromejus Sunara Begum


+44 (0)7786 054 090 +44 (0)7947 181 153
rb@minusprogress.com www.sunarabegum.com
www.robal-art.com info@sunarabegum.com
www.minusprogress.com www.myspace.com/sunarabegum

Love Interest Ara’s Sojourn, 2007


Performance at Nolia’s Gallery, Elephant & Castle, 2005 Black and white resin coated print
76.5 × 51.5 cm
22 23

Nathan Birchenough Rohan Blair-Mangat


+44 (0)7774 528 922 +44 (0)20 8882 9280
+44 (0)20 8288 4733 6 +44 (0)7743 524 849
a_wombat_lives@hotmail.com rohanb_m@hotmail.com

Volvo plus amplifier and Holiday in the Woods with Birds above Stills: Yellow Brick Road, You Must Dance To My Beat & Through The Mind’s Eye
Video Video
Dimensions variable
24 25

Kyle Bloxham Mundy Siobhán Bohnacker


+44 (0)7841 536 112 +44 (0)7835 637 499
info@kylebloxhammundy.co.uk sbohnacker@hotmail.co.uk
www.kylebloxhammundy.co.uk

Untitled (Plates #6) One of a series of photographs collectively titled, ‘lore’


Oil on Board Duratran print
40 × 30 cm 21 × 29 cm
26 27

Rachel Bowen Jamie Bowler


+44 (0)7963 198 270 +44 (0)20 7377 0031
rachel-bowen@hotmail.co.uk +44 (0)7740 709 014
jamiebowler@hotmail.co.uk

Untitled Singular Platform


Wall drawing Welded steel RSJ
Wool, wire, netting, cotton and moulding pins Height 30 inches width 36 inches depth 11 inches
300 × 270 × 260 cm
28 29

Maxfield Bozeat Claire Marie Briggs


+44 (0)7963 916 596 +44 (0)7817 752 102
maxfieldboze@hotmail.com www.ClaireMarie-Briggs.com
pink_mini@msn.com

Worry: OCD a(Video Still)


Video Installation, three monitors, colour, sound, 5 mins
30 31

Jennifer Brown Nicholas Brown


+44 (0)7917 872 987 +44 (0)7726 105 897
brown-jennifer@hotmail.co.uk nekmacchio@hotmail.com
www.nicholasbrown.info

Realist Luxury Untitled (Operation of the Installation)


Acrylic on canvas The Photograph is A4 and the installation is approximately ten cubic feet
76.5 × 120 cm
32 33

Marc Brzezicki Orlando Campbell


MarcB@London.com +44 (0)7910 271 861
oyeldham@hotmail.com

Removal. Untitled
(Part of an ongoing series of work entitled Emergence and Removal) Oil, pencil on linen
digital photograph 20 × 20
34 35

Katy Chaplin Alan Charlton


+44 (0)1322 529 903 +44 (0)20 7380 1170
+44 (0)7849 779 058 +44 (0)7867 755 818
kt_is_smiling@yahoo.com a.charlton222@btinternet.com
a.charlton@bbk.ac.uk

Untitled How much do you want, how much do you need?


Photograph acrylic paint, cardboard, Perspex, castors, paper, plastic sheet, fluorescent light,
12” × 18” G clamps, gold leaf, expanding foam, grass, MDF, mirror, moving message sign,
paintings, wood, string, plastic tubing, wadding, screenprint, DVD, monitor.
36 37

Wei Chen Coral Churchill


+44 (0)7747 781 695 +44 (0)7712 000 479
chen_wei37@hotmail.com www.coralchurchill.com
coralchurchill@yahoo.com

The News paper & The Sphinx morphology


Screen-print oil on board
84 × 59.4 cm 22 × 22 cm
pen on paper
30 × 21 cm
38 39

Anna Clark Matthew J Clark


+44 (0)7921 072 717 +44 (0)7824 338 810
anna_clark04@hotmail.com matthew.j.clark@hotmail.com

Sweeping/mopping ‘How to Time Travel’ from the series ‘Utopia, closed at weekends’
Performance: October 2006 2007
mdf, pine, glass, gloss paint, poly prop fiber rope.
400 × 490 × 110 cm
40 41

Helen Elizabeth Cocker Benjamin Cooper


+44 (0)7717 684 153 +44 (0)7968 205 698
helen@kulturfabric.org +44 (0)1444 459 889
www.helencocker.com bencooper917@hotmail.com
www.kulturfabric.org

Lisa: They gave me a flying suit 11:59


Timothy: . . . as part of the Icarus Project Video
Performance/Installation: Wednesday 7th March 2007 Still from a multiple screen projection
Drawings, objects, light, time, parallax viewpoints
42 43

Sarah Cooper Reuben Cope


+44 (0)7946 704 102 +44 (0)20 7735 2085
sarah@sarahkcooper.com +44 (0)7891 860 545
www.sarahkcooper.com reubencope@hotmail.com
www.minusprogress.com

Untitled A Cool Dude in Ourland


2007 Dog, Littlechef sunglasses, Lap
Stainless Steel
44 × 19 cm
44 45

Michael Costello Mark Coutts-Smith


+44 (0)20 8743 7639 +44 (0)7908 471 636
+44 (0)7955 604 258 +44 (0)1462 896 957
mr_m_costello@hotmail.com markcoutts-smith@tiscali.co.uk
www.markcoutts-smith.com

Yellow Pages
Video Still time machine (mission 0144)
1 Lloytron Hairdryer, Blue, Brought From Shepherds Bush Market. 1 Moulimex Food Blender,
10 - Year Beige, Stolen From Mothers Kitchen Cupboard. Small Fold Away Stool, Borrowed
From Kenny. Stack of Yellow Pages 2005–2006, cut down to 5cm by 5cm on band saw
46 47

Julia Crabtree Helenie de Souza Jensen


+44 (0)7886 138 295 +44 (0)7929 092 523
julia.crabtree@gmail.com helenie.dj@gmail.com

Untitled Boy sees Girl


2007 2006
DV
1 minute, 48 seconds
48 49

Daniela Di Donato Marina Doritis


+44 (0) 7815 823 785 +44 (0)7788 722 860
+39 3402541933 m.doritis1@csm.arts.ac.uk
danieladido@gmail.com

Chewingun Untitled
2003 Black pen on paper
medium: Beretta Gun + chewingum. 11 × 9 cm
size: real size
50 51

Oliver Dorman Emelie Ekenborn


+44 (0)20 7263 1046 +44 (0)7871 611 485
+44 (0)7757 851 311 emelieekenborn@gmail.com
Oleedee@gmail.com

Self Portrait More or less beheaded


Oil on canvas board Still from video, (12 min) loop
30 × 40cm
52 53

Lucy Elder Tom Estes


+44 (0)7771 925 139 Tom_Estes8@hotmail.com
elder.galleries@gmail.com www.myspace.com/testes2

TOUCH THIS PRESS The Parvenu


photograph/found object
image size 5cm (centered)
Canvas size 15 cm
54 55

Will Evans Lauren Farnsworth


+44 (0)7748 988 624 +44 (0)7840 434 043
shiznap@msn.com BlinkMeDay@aol.com
www.Littlunart.com

Did you really think it would be easy?


Pastel and ink on paper
8.27 × 11.69 inches
56 57

Hayley Farrington Chloe Feinberg


+44 (0)1580 752 251 +44 (0)7957 696 289
+44 (0)7720 712 983 chloefinn@hotmail.com
haylesf@hotmail.com

Untitled Untitled (Michael Douglas)


pencil on paper Still image from video, 4 minutes
94 × 122 cm
58 59

Iulia Filipovscaia Fiona Fouhy


+44 (0)7780 795 531 +44 (0)7747 807 993
naf-naf93@mail.ru fifouhy@hotmail.com

Untitled Still from TRACE


Photograph DVD
30 seconds
60 61

Rie Funakoshi Emma Gahan


+44 (0)20 7243 1432 emmagahan@yahoo.com
+44 (0)7946 217 467 www.myspace.com/emmagahan
riefu_capri@hotmail.com

Untitled landscape (with schoolgirls)


Oil/ textured medium on canvas
130 × 90 cm
62 63

Jon Garlick Lozan Ghafoor


garlickworks@yahoo.co.uk +44 (0)7840 040 659
www.myspace.com/garlickworks lozan_ghafoor@hotmail.co.uk

Instances Untitled (Teapot Plug)


2007 Broken ceramic teapot Plug White Paint PVA glue
DVD projection with sound 16cm(w) 9.5cm(h) 11.5cm(d)
4 mins 45 secs
200 × 266cm
64 65

Nikoo Ghiasvand Ghazvini Caroline Gray


+44 (0)7843 383 634 +44 (0)20 7602 8688
nikoo.gh@gmail.com +44 (0)7725 814 173
carogray@mac.com

Perplexity Skin
Still from animation Oil paint on canvas
122 × 91.5 cm
66 67

Sofie Grevelius Damian Griffiths


+44 (0)20 7609 3430 +44 (0)7967 568 439
+44 (0)7766 790 286 d.griffiths4@csm.arts.ac.uk
sgrevelius@gmail.com

Paraphernalia Self Portrait


Mixed media C Type Prints, Foam Board, Polystyrene, Insulation Foam
32 × 23 H: 45 cm W: 50 cm D: 25 cm
68 69

Gabor Gyory Felix Handley


+44 (0)20 8952 7565 +44 (0)7736 061 533
+44 (0)7951 230 563 felixhandley@hotmail.co.uk
gaborgyory@hotmail.com

Untitled Untitled (smiling man)


Oil on panel 2006
24.2 × 27.7 cm Mixed media
Approx 125 × 45 × 30 cm
70 71

Dan Hards Lily Harris


dan@kulturfabric.org +44 (0)7930 420 263
www.danhards.com lily1one@hotmail.com

Untitled (preparatory drawing for an installation) Mess 1 2007


Graphite and coloured pencil on paper Inkjet print on photo paper
210 × 297cm 14 × 14 cm
72 73

Anisa Sarah Hawes Bi He


+44 (0)7742 251 728 0086 731 4835938
anisasarahhawes@yahoo.co.uk +44 (0)7841 876 332
bi239@hotmail.com

Untitled, February 2006 No Name


Photographs Magazine, cassette tape, etc.
Dimensions: 3D
74 75

Katie Henry Stephanie Herfeld


+44 (0)20 7302 0658 +44 (0)20 7624 7293
+44 (0)7906 166 354 Stephanie@fefeld.com
o_mad_one@hotmail.com
kah@theescapehatch.co.uk

Hide Your Head Rowan


Plaster negative of artists face inset into false wall 2007
Head Size – approx’ 15cm × 12cm × 7cm Placed at 5’5” high in the wall Video
4 minutes
76 77

Kate Hickmott Lauren Hitti


+44 (0)7770 781 445 lh@laurenhitti.com
hickmott_kate@hotmail.com www.laurenhitti.com
www.minusprogress.com

Untitled Untitled
Video Still Photogram
78 79

Charlie Hugall Hass Idriss


+44 (0)7967 627 791 +44 (0)20 7379 0911
soundrecordings@gmail.com +1347 534 3138
+44 (0)7970 721 313
+1917 215 3741
hass@hassidriss.com

God
Photograph
150 × 100 cm
80 81

Polina Ivanova Carolyn Jackson


+44 (0)7984 265 334 +44 (0)20 7586 6808
polinkaru@yahoo.co.uk +44 (0)7974 759 562
carolyn_190@hotmail.com
http://www.minusprogress.com/artists/carolynrjackson

Untitled What were you doing down by the Watermelons?


mixed media on canvas DVD video projection, looped at 10 mins 54 secs each rotation, with audio.
50 × 50 cm Dimensions variable
82 83

Nick Jensen Gabrielle Jerrard


+44 (0)7766 297 740 +44 (0)20 8211 3389
Jendog84@hotmail.co.uk +44 (0)7808 472 139
gaby@sky-juice.co.uk

Untitled Untitled
Image w38 by h40 Oil on Canvas
Oil on wood 12ft (365.76 cm) × 6.5ft (200cm)
84 85

Xuedong Jiang Harriet Jordan-Wrench


xjiang2@hotmail.com +44 (0)7833 766 225
Harriet_Jordan@Hotmail.com

Life Time, 2007 Buoyed By Salt And DNA (…Impelled by history


Video, 2 mins beneath the wide and carefree sky, we float upon the sea)
Shot in London, UK Digital Print
60 × 84 cm
86 87

Craig Kao Christos Kargadouris


+44 (0)7877 137 364 +44 (0)7917 362 962
ms24ck@yahoo.com cdkarga@gmail.com

Picture one: Victoria’s (teashop lady) gorilla sculpture of me. Fort X


Adaptation of the Birds (by Aristophanes) Collaboration Performance piece on)– roll wood, metal, wire, rope and attachments done from screws only and not nails
out the dustsheet in Central St Martins Southampton Row car park. Ground floor – height 1.20, width 1.28
Thinking about Hokusai – Try to land a blue paper on the ground, with my mum First floor – height 1.05, width 1.28
called from overseas” (in Lewisham community park) 4 minutes
88 89

Miri Kim Miriam Kings


+44 (0)7973 630 706 www.author-vehicle-subject.co.uk
mirori1984@hotmail.com Miriamkings07@googlemail.com
www.myspace.com/mirikim

Picking Fossils Audio Journey from Charing Cross Road to Bloomsbury Square
2006 2006
Installation detail DVD Projection
Dimensions variable Mins., secs. 120 × 150
cma
90 91

Rachel Channa Kremer Julie Marie Kristiansen


+44 (0)7810 635 121 +44 (0)7786 422 576
www.rachelckremer.com juliemarie.kristiansen@gmail.com
rachel@rachelckremer.com

Substrates IV Photograph
Oil on board
10'' × 7''
92 93

Slade Lamey Undine Lang


+44 (0)7966 390 389 +44 (0)7963 815 785
sladelamey@hotmail.com undinelang@mysunrise.ch

Untitled Untitled
Photo, light passing through water Digital Print
80 × 50 × 50 cm 84 × 40cm
94 95

Peter Lee Kynyhia Livaniou


+44 (0)20 8864 9020 +44 (0)7962 563 193
+44 (0)7725 640 341 kynthia_l@hotmail.com

Under the rain Lysistrata


Oil on canvas Digital Print
40 × 32” 80 × 67cm
96 97

Anita Lui Jean Lyons


+44 (0)20 7226 3874 +44 (0)20 7229 0941
+44 (0)7958 490 137 +44 (0)7790 644 340
anita@whispersinwater.com jeanlyons@beeb.net

Ravel, from the Ripping Red Series Butterfly


Live performance in two adjacent window Video
285 × 244 × 115 cm (window 1) TV monitor
285 × 205 × 104 cm (window 2)
98 99

Caroline Mackenzie Gabriel Marshall


+44 (0)7977 274 360 +44 (0)7817 532 129
ladypenelope01@hotmail.com gabrielmarshall@hotmail.co.uk

Untitled, 2006 Untitled


Cardboard, torches, site-specific installation Photographs as part of series
Height of tunnel, 5’ each image 5 × 3.5 inches
100 101

Chris May Clare McGregor


+44 (0)7788 881 104 +44 (0)7742 258 747
chris@christophermay.co.uk +44 (0)1702 554 262
claremcgregor@yahoo.co.uk
www.claremcgregor.com

Untitled
Oil on Canvas, 240cm × 120cm/94.5ins × 47.25ins
bottom top
Nan’s House Colin’s Birthday
Oil on Canvas Oil on Canvas
63 × 45cm 73 × 52 cm
102 103

Gabriela Miranda-Rodriguez James Newton


+44 (0)20 8748 8505 +44 (0)7792 533 919
+44 (0)7914 254 854 luckyseven1983@hotmail.com
mirandaart@hotmail.com

La Mouette Image from Cells, installation at the Window Gallery


Three screen video / sound installation January 2007
104 105

Trace Newton-Ingham Luci Noel


+44 (0)20 7652 3562 +44 (0)7939 997 101
+44 (0)7771 533 632 lucijc@hotmail.com
trace.csm@googlemail.com

‘Lost: Where has the way that I was going gone?’ Photograph from series: every day, same window, same time, december 2006
Inkjet print
site specific display – A4 (21 × 30 cm)
106 107

Tamarin Norwood Michael O’Mahony


+44 (0)1488 669 069 +44 (0)208 886 4152
+44 (0)7718 731 086 +44 (0)7751 430 991
tamarin@kulturfabric.org michaelomahony@hotmail.co.uk
www.tamarinnorwood.co.uk
www.kulturfabric.org

And so trying to read is a lonely thing, eking out circles and trawling Untitled
up the dredgethread that breaks on cornersharps and comes loose. pen on paper
artist’s book 237 × 84 cm
21 × 130 cm, 60 pages
108 109

Christopher Page Paola Palavidi


+44 (0)7879 443 701 +44 (0)7747 845 047
chrispage@kulturfabric.org aloapp@hotmail.com

From 99, 2007 (detail) Hippocampus


Pictured: 9 paintings, mainly oil on board, all 10×12×1'' oil on canvas
206 × 145 cm
110 111

Savvas Papasavva James Phillips


+44 (0)7941 885 259 +44 (0)20 8445 2784
www.okya.co,uk/savvas_papasavva +44 (0)7854 067 334
savvas_Papasavva@hotmail.com mrjamesphillips@hotmail.com
www.mrjamesphillips.co.uk

Stupidity highs and special effects and lucky pulls and romance (the miscellaneous Fixed (2007)
and sophistry) Digital photo still from film of the same name
112 113

Amandeep Phull Mark Pinchin


+44 (0)7951 546 726 +44 (0)1234 261 048
a5phull@hotmail.com +44 (0)7974 994 498
Mark.pinchin@btinternet.com

Project title: Proposing New Historicisms


Photo, Pencil and Acrylic
Untitled (closeup)
15 × 6.65 cm
Marker and pencil on tracing paper
29.8 × 21cm (A4)
114 115

Evgenia Pukhova Rosa Roberts


+44 (0)7919 832 489 +44 (0)7883 068 325
zhenya.pukhova@gmail.com eleventhkingdom@hotmail.com

Self-portrait no. 16 GQ
Pastel on paper
310 × 210 cm
116 117

Alice Q. Rodriguez Nick Samuel


+44 (0)7958 196 867 +44 (0)7740 605 528
alicequaresma@hotmail.com nick@hoppermusic.com

Untitled Dye Market, Marrakech


Digital print Oil on board
120 × 85 cm 40 × 40 cm
118 119

Selina Scerri Alli Sharma


+44 (0)7956 672 948 +44 (0)20 8994 2573
selinascerri2@yahoo.co.uk www.allisharma.com
www.selinascerri.com
St Mary’s Vicarage
Upper Street
London N1 2TX

Last night. Gary


150 × 175 cm Oil on canvas
250 × 160 cm
120 121

Alan M Sherwood Chris Shilling


+44 (0)7852 253 136 +44 (0)20 7727 7095
ams@minusprogress.com +44 (0)7804 663 792
www.minusprogress.com chrisshilling@hotmail.com
www.burntcanvasdesign.com

Drop Untitled (Well Hung!)


Installation Mixed Media (Installation)
Dimensions variable
122 123

Kenichi Shimizu Constance Slaughter


+44 (0)20 7259 2866
+44 (0)7900 691 482
cslaughter6@aol.com

Stage 3 My old box


3D Oil on canvas
110 × 90 cm
124 125

Nicholas Smith Dale Snowdon


+44 (0)7795 117 372 +44 (0)7787 557 081
snick1982@hotmail.com dale.snowdon@yahoo.co.uk

Postulate (Zircon) Arbitrary Standard I


CAD drawing on paper and UV strip light Acrylic on canvas
42 × 59.4 cms 100 × 100 cm
126 127

Laura Stocker Margreta Stolen


+44 (0)20 8529 2024 (N) +4790 129 953
+44 (0)7708 303 526 +44 (0)7847 681 126
lauralou1984@hotmail.co.uk margreta.b.s@gmail.com

Untitled 4 Girl with Cadaver


Matchsticks on board spraybox and oil on canvas
70 × 70cm 100 × 120 cm
128 129

Tallulah Benjamin Thomas


+44 (0)7751 909 744 +44 (0)20 8989 6351
synthpoptallulah@hotmail.com +44 (0)7745 510 788
benjaminsworld@hotmail.com

‘A great fighter for liberation.’ Finding Happiness


Digital Photograph Video Work
35 × 29 cm 6 minutes 45 seconds
130 131

Krista Uppal Magdalena van Straaten


k_r_i_s_t_a@hotmail.com +44 (0)7910 564 556
+44 (0)7920 123 840 linkivan@yahoo.com

Smoked
Acrylic and oil on canvas
150 × 190 cm
132 133

Isabelle Webster Jill West


+44 (0)7929 380 377 +44 (0)7890 136 561
isabelle_webster@hotmail.com jill@mostlyharmless.f2s.com

This is Catalogue number The Unseen (2006)


Biro on machine printed paper Oil on Canvas
This size 80 × 88 cm
134 135

Tessa Whitehead Victoria Wildor


+44 (0)7776 262 528 +44 (0)7841 111 803
tessa@kulturfabric.org viclikechocs@hotmail.co.uk
www.tessawhitehead.com

Shadow Punch and Judy puppet show and if you look closely
Acrylic on canvas mini Sofie and Vic hanging in the background!
102 × 76 cm
136 137

Lauren Willis Madeleine May Templeton Wilson


+44 (0)7843 852 794 +44 (0)1273 555 951
lauren.willis3@ntlworld.com +44 (0)7881 785 943
hairytoast42@hotmail.com

Promises Dinner Party Piece’


Slide projection
Projection size: h 21 × w 33 cm Performance, 4 minutes
138 139

Sandra Wroe Pei-Chen (Grace) Wu


+44 (0)7775 724 227 00886-35-315556
swroe@btinternet.com +44 (0)7814 228 734
keiko_gu@hotmail.com

Rehearsal Untitled
Video installation Photograph
w 34.11 × h 51 cm
141

Acknowledgements

Every year a group of students are responsible for organising,


organising fundraising and coordinating the production fundraising,
of this catalogue. This year they also selected our
designers and invited Harland Miller to make a written
coordinating,
contribution to the catalogue. Special thanks are due to selecting, inviting,
Ben Backhouse, Helen Elizabeth Cocker, Dan Hards, Anisa planning,
Hawes and Anita Lui. sponsoring,
Special thanks to Andrew Bick who helped the students designing,
organise and plan the catalogue. accomodating,
Alice Anderson and Lynne Stackhouse in the School of assisting and
Art office provided vital organisational skills. guiding
Thanks to Anne Eggebert, and Gabrielle Lee for their skill
and organisation with sponsorship.
Thanks to Harland Miller, Joanne Morra, and Jane Lee for
the catalogue texts.
Thanks to our sponsors, Cass Arts, Dover Books and
London Graphic Centre.
Thanks to Ruth Sykes, Matthew Bucknall and Christine
Joos for their design work at REG.
The degree exhibitions at Central St Martins include
Please confirm the work of 139** artists. Thank you to all the staff at
Charing Cross Road who have made this huge event
number of possible: building facilities staff for accommodating and
assisting our efforts, technical and academic staff for
artists – thanks energy and expertise, commitment and guidance.
Congratulations to this year’s graduates. All staff here at
Central St Martins wish you the very best in your future
work.
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   Index of Artists

Guven Akkir 17 Oliver Dorman 50


Ben Backhouse 18 Emelie Ekenborn 51
Alex Ball 19 Lucy Elder 52
Rolf Baltromejus 20 Tom Estes 53
Sunara Begum 21 Will Evans 54
Nathan Birchenough 22 Lauren Farnsworth 55
Rohan Blair-Mangat 23 Hayley Farrington 56
Kyle Bloxham Mundy 24 Chloe Feinberg 57
Siobhán Bohnacker 25 Iulia Filipovscaia 58
Rachel Bowen 26 Fiona Fouhy 59
Jamie Bowler 27 Rie Funakoshi 60
Maxfield Bozeat 28 Emma Gahan 61
Claire Marie Briggs 29 Jon Garlick 62
Jennifer Brown 30 Lozan Ghafoor 63
Nicholas Brown 31 Nikoo Ghiasvand Ghazvini 64
Marc Brzezicki 32 Caroline Gray 65
Orlando Campbell 33 Sofie Grevelius 66
Katy Chaplin 34 Damian Griffiths 67
Alan Charlton 35 Gabor Gyory 68
Wei Chen 36 Felix Handley 69
Coral Churchill 37 Dan Hards 70
Anna Clark 38 Lily Harris 71



“My favourite shop in all the world” – Eduardo Paolozzi
Matthew J Clark 39
Helen Elizabeth Cocker 40
Benjamin Cooper 41
Sarah Cooper 42
Reuben Cope 43
Michael Costello 44
Anisa Sarah Hawes 72
Bi He 73
Katie Henry 74
Stephanie Herfeld 75
Kate Hickmott 76
Lauren Hitti 77
Mark Coutts-Smith 45 Charlie Hugall 78
Julia Crabtree 46 Hass Idriss 79
20% student discount
Helenie de Souza Jensen 47 Polina Ivanova 80
Daniela Di Donato 48 Carolyn Jackson 81
  % A R L H A M 3 T  7#  (  ,'            Marina Doritis 49 Nick Jensen 82
D OVE R B O O K S C O U K
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Index of Artists

Gabrielle Jerrard 83 Alice Q. Rodriguez 116


Xuedong Jiang 84 Nick Samuel 117
Harriet Jordan-Wrench 85 Selina Scerri 118
Craig Kao 86 Alli Sharma 119
Christos Kargadouris 87 Alan M Sherwood 120
Miri Kim 88 Chris Shilling 121
Miriam Kings Rachel 89 Kenichi Shimizu 122
Channa Kremer 90 Constance Slaughter 123
Julie Marie Kristiansen 91 Nicholas Smith 124
Slade Lamey 92 Dale Snowdon 125
Undine Lang 93 Laura Stocker 126
Peter Lee 94 Margreta Stolen 127
Kynthia Livaniou 95 Tallulah 128
Anita Lui 96 Benjamin Thomas 129
Jean Lyons 97 Krista Uppal 130
Caroline Mackenzie 98 Magdalena van Straaten 131
Gabriel Marshall 99 Isabelle Webster 132
Chris May 100 Jill West 133
Clare McGregor 101 Tessa Whitehead 134
Gabriela Miranda-Rodriguez102 Victoria Wildor 135
James Newton 103 Lauren Willis 136
Trace Newton-Ingham 104 Madeleine May Templeton Wilson 137
Luci Noel 105 Sandra Wroe 138
Tamarin Norwood 106 Pei-Chen (Grace) Wu 139
Michael O’Mahony 107
Christopher Page 108
Paola Palavidi 109
Savvas Papasavva 110
James Phillips 111
Amandeep Phull 112
Mark Pinchin 113
Evgenia Pukhova 114
Rosa Roberts 115

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