This work is a graphic score, a text for interpretation by any number of performers. Ward’s primary practice is composing music, and this piece was inspired by feeling perpetually saddened and frustrated by the lack of women making new music. The simple line drawings […]
Author: Elizabeth Huang
This piece explores the disconnect experienced in our media-driven society. Here, a counter-Romantic clash of metal in glorious nature is presented to show humanity’s divorce from its surrounding world. KATE TOWSEY is a second year art historian at Trinity Hall.
“I completed an Art Foundation with a focus on animation before coming to Cambridge, and now enjoy creating designs for theatre and societies, as well as sketching Cambridge whenever I have a spare moment. My animation is created using individually drawn paper cut-out frames, which […]
“I am an artist who loves hands. What a wonder! They can do so many things: touching, stroking, grabbing, tickling, pinching, slapping, holding. I am an artist who also loves books. Now think of all the things they can hold. Even though the pages are […]
“My story is of continued life/line mark-making through drawing, painting, graphic design, photography, collage, music collectives, and film. Pushing lines and colour, sound, motion, scrawls of language, learning to unlearn. I am interested in how visual interpretation manifests out of built/decayed form, lines chasing through narrows of tower blocks, urban labyrinth, the movement of organic through inorganic spaces. Scrawl-capture as a vehicle to process immediate visceral emotions, absurdity, the spaces on the edges of reason. RE+RE.”
LEVIN PFEUFER is researching an Arts, Creativity, and Education MPhil with the Faculty of Education at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. Levin works across a wide range of arts methods, both in his own practice and with youth charities.
The graphic score to sleep on it was first performed as part of the Alternative Lessons & Carols concert in Jesus College Chapel organised by The Mermaid Café on 26 November 2018. The score varies from scatterings of notes and gestures of paint, to […]
The photographs show stoneware pieces, coloured with a combination of glazes, copper oxide, manganese carbonate, and fragments of glass. These objects are made by hand, but they are also like found objects. As Kajita explores the material expressions of clay and the unexpected surfaces that arise from the fusion of vitreous glazes and powdered chemicals, she interweaves the lines and textures found in nature with artificial elements. These objects embody the chance encounters with things hidden among driftwood: forgotten objects that retain the traces of their individual histories, that are still functional but strange.
YUI KAJITA is a final year PhD student of English at Newnham College, Cambridge. She likes making things, whether it’s with drawing ink and dip pen, paint, clay, or natural objects.
The Battle of the Small Green Cactus is an illustration executed using 0.05mm fineliners on an A2 surface. It depicts the perennial conflict waged amongst the terminally brainless race of yanshes over a once-miniscule cactus, which, nourished by the blood of the fallen, now towers […]