UAL Graduate Showcase
Hope Mhlope's 'Journey of Marks' is influenced by the artist's heritage and Blackness, with references to female family members.
"I make work based on how I view the spaces around me, and that’s always through music."
“I wanted to dismantle the ‘single story’ that suggests that Black people had only arrived in Britain after the Second World War, in the late-1940s, during the Windrush period.”
Here's how three graduating students used the magazine format to explore same-sex education, witchcraft and the "unappealing" side of food.
A Hubei native based in London, Liang Xiao uses four different artworks to contextualise the pandemic in both her hometown and in her current home of Britain.
Graphic designer Mathilda Della Torre's project "Conversations From Calais" aims to bear witness for the thousands of displaced people stuck in France, trying to reach the UK.
Two projects from LCC students explore how gentrification and austerity has affected inner-city and post-industrial communities differently.
Throughout August, VICE UK will be spotlighting projects from graduates across University of the Arts London. The first featured artist is Rene Matić.