Goldsmiths college graduate exhibition takes place in Boiler House (Brick Lane, London). Young artists present their graduation works, and it seems that the flight of fantasy for art gets more exquisite with years. Unusual concepts and skillful installations is what the modern art student strive for, so take a look.
Narinder Pabila presents sofas and cushions, as well as everyday objects in all sizes covered with soft material. Pabila describes her idea: “I was looking at how people comfort themselves, for example, when anxious or depressed, and how comfort is gained through various different objects.
The overall concept is for creating a relationship between the individual and the object that adapts into modern daily living.”
Tom Pande has most unusual installations – recycled books, processed “Hooj” label records and much more.
Rebecca Gair’ s pin cushions are amazing! This is truly the evolution of everyday objects and so easy to make too.
Neil Hubbard and his Gravity project – architecture created of cardboard.