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For nine days in June (1-9 June 2017), Edinburgh College of Art is transformed into vibrant gallery spaces exhibiting work from more than 500 graduating students at this year’s Degree Show.
For the first time, the former Fire Station on Lauriston Place – recently acquired by the University – will be used as part of Edinburgh College of Art’s extensive exhibition.
Work from 38 degree programmes will be on display – including architectural models, animated films, photography, textiles, jewellery and interior design.
Sculpture student Michael Kay Terence’s installations were inspired by the former Fire Station, where his work will be on show. The space features a bright turquoise Mini, which has been cut in half and crash-landed.
Rachel McLellan has explored the themes of identity and tribalism by creating a giant web of brightly coloured T-shirts, emblazoned with slogans.
Pictured: Michael Kay Terence inside his installation featuring the crash-landed mini
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- Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show | Edinburgh | 1 June 2017