Middlesex University's fine artists from across the globe will exhibit their work at the Mile End Art Pavilion, London, this week.
The 17 MA Fine Art students, who have spent the last six months working on their art-works, have used a range of mediums and techniques in the collection. Art-works include a 16,000sqm of grass from Hampstead Heath exhibited by Marco Contino to highlight the high cost of land in London.
Their collection will be exhibited in the unique Mile End Art Pavilion, which is situated inside a landscaped hill and overlooks a manmade lake in the trendy east end of London.
Curated by independent curator Jeremy Akerman, the international artists' exhibition will run from Thursday 2 May to Sunday 5 May 11am-7pm and is free to visit. A private viewing will be held on the 1 May from 6-9pm.
Artist Clare Walter, who was recently shortlisted for the prestigious Aesthetica Art Prize, will also exhibit a hanging mobile structure.
Middlesex University’s Professor of Fine Art, Sonia Boyce says: "We have such a strong and engaging MA group this year. They’ve really embraced critical group discussions and experimentation to arrive at some fabulous work."
Artists include Mukkarram Ali, Bayad Ameen, Marco Contino, Ranj-H Mohammed, Naz Hakim, Jung Won-Hur, Jaroslava Kadlecova, Lenka Kalafutova, Kani Kamil, Nanako Kawaguchi, Ghareman Maleki, Roya Modaresi, Margaret Moore, Juan Mutis Arenas, Mahrnoush Pishroyan and Clare Walter.
Top: Marco Contino with his piece
Bottom: Clare Walter's mobile