Fine Art and Photography are in focus at The CASS MA Show 2014
Date: 10 September 2014
London Metropolitan University's The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design is a hotbed of creativity and innovation. That’s why the University is opening its doors to the public once again for this year’s MA show.
The Cass offers a wide range of courses at the University's Aldgate campus and this is underlined by the diversity of the work that will be on show.
The show runs from Wednesday 17 to Saturday 20 September, with a special private view on Tuesday 16 September from 6.30 to 9pm.
Students from MA Fine Art and MA Photography have joined forces to create a show within a show, called Infinite Traces. The exhibition reflects the diversity of the students’ practices but is brought together through a shared theme of ‘traces’ – and all of the different interpretations that word invites.
Photographer Eric Boscia is one of the artists who is exhibiting his work as part of this year’s show, as well as being a key part of its organisation. He’s excited about the sheer diversity of what’s on offer.
Eric said: “The Cass is not your typical art school and the work being shown in Infinite Traces – the MA Fine Art and MA Photography group – reflects that. All the works is as unique and individual as the artists themselves. There are no two artists who are doing similar work.”
Work on show ranges from video installations and historical photography through to large scale paintings and even photos of rubbish. More information can be found on The Cass' website.
The show’s progress can be followed on the Infinite Traces tumblr.