Last Chance to Review The BA Design Degree Show 2022, “Where Are The Margins”

photos by: Xinyi Qiu & Stacey Rossouw & Vero Liu

Today and Tomorrow are your last chance to view the BA Design Degree show 2022, “Where are the Margins” in person.

Follow the exhibition’s official Instagram account: @wherearethemargins_ and visit the website to read about each student’s work. 

When: Sunday 26th Jun 10am-5pm

Monday 27th June 10am-*2pm

Address: Copeland Gallery and South Kiosk, Copeland Park, Peckham London SE15 3SN

FASHION NARRATIVES

MADEP, and Fashions & Embodiment Studio are pleased to invite you to an exhibition of work in progress. Based on object research from Goldsmiths Textile Collection, the studio has been exploring embodied research methods in relation to garments and textiles, and the interconnected social, political, and cultural FASHION NARRATIVES that emerge.

The exhibition is generously supported by the Goldsmiths Textile Collection & Constance Howard Gallery with special thanks to Jane Cameron and Shanique Thompson. If you are attending the gallery and need help with any mobility requirements, please contact textiles@gold.ac.uk or call 0207 717 2210 in advance to ensure we can accommodate your needs.

When: June 13 – July 8

weekdays 11am – 5pm*

Where: Constance Howard Gallery 

Deptford Town Hall Building

New Cross Rd. SE14 6AF

*From June 27 – July 8 by appointment only. Please contact textiles@gold.ac.uk 

TWO DAYS TO GO! Visit the 2022 BA Design degree show, “Where Are The Margins”

Follow the exhibition’s official Instagram account: @wherearethemargins_ and visit the website for more information and detailed introduction of each student’s work. 

As the world changes, social structure shifts and overlaps. Values are swept up in cultural currents, colliding with others’ beliefs as ideas integrate with other people’s views and become a larger piece. In a world of ideologies in constant motion, our ideas formulate when considering their perception of reality and circumstance. 

The 2022 BA Design students navigate this phenomenon of their visible and invisible margins in the degree show. There will be a variety of work on display from all 86 students. Their design learning has taught them to be innovative, experimental and collaborative. But there has always been space for solo practices, showcased through ceramic, film, performance, sculpture, photography, woodworking and metalworking to name a few. 

In asking Where are the margins? They explore and define their own practices; beginning to comprehend where they, as designers, situate themselves within society, mapping their trajectory. They can then orient themselves against and amongst each other, improving by their collaboration and interpretation of each other’s projects; integrating and transmuting different elements into a more coherent whole. When their lines of interests intersect and overlap, concepts bleed out into new compositions and their work becomes marginalia.

When?  24th -27th June,2022

Where? Copeland Gallery and South Kiosk, Copeland Park, Peckham London SE15 3SN

Free entrance!