Dicle Erver who studies MA Jewellery at The Cass has been shortlisted in the Art Cube student competition from 200 submissions.
Date: 1 May 2014
Dicle Erver who studies MA Jewellery at The Cass has been shortlisted in the Art Cube student competition from 200 submissions. Her work will be installed at the PopArtCube exhibition this week on Hanbury Street.
Work by the 29 finalists in the show will then face a crit by a jury panel of experts from organisations including Gagosian, Whitechapel, Tate, White Cube, Atlantis Art Supplies and others on Thursday. On the same day, they will announce the 3 overall competition winners.
The Art Cube competition offers the opportunity for students to have own art installation at an 18,000 sq ft site in Shoreditch, compete to win incredible prizes, as well as have the opportunity to auction their work to a group of established collectors.
Talking about her work, Dicle says, "I imagine a world that all people live in peace and love; a world that love is stronger than everything, stronger than rules, stronger than politics and wars."
- Competition: art-cube.co.uk
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