An exhibition of work by five IB Art pupils from St Edward’s School.
Hermione Brewster investigates architectural structures from different perspectives. Through assembling layers of colour and shape in a variety of ways, she analyses the structures from a range of viewpoints.
Aurea Frei explores the symbolism within her work through the lens of surrealism, taking inspiration from artists such as Catherine Bernhardt, using an array of colour paired with an impression of detail to depict her viewpoint. Her work focuses on the importance that material objects hold and how they act as symbols of personal aspects of life.
Maditha Frieser explores textures and silhouettes as wearable art, combining historical and contemporary fashion in response to Vivienne Westwood and Iris van Herpen.
Adriane Yeung investigates the symbiosis of physiology and sociocultural connotations between birds and humans, exploring a range of disciplines and media. Her work aims to challenge how we view ourselves in the world around us; striving to represent a constant cycle of metamorphoses.
Amour Jung explores the erosion of the mind over time through photography and film, taking inspiration from Aliki Braine and Ali Raza.