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MA graduates invite local community to Nothing in Common exhibition

Diverse range of works capture international nature of postgraduate art and design at Middlesex

Artwork from Nothing in Common exhibition

Fine art, printmaking and jewellery designs will form part of an MA degree show entitled Nothing in Common at Middlesex University from Friday 15 September to Friday 22 September.

The exhibition will be held in the Grove Building at the heart of the University's Hendon campus and is open to the public from 10am to 4pm every weekday.

Fifteen distinct international artists will be asking visitors to consider their perceptions of what we might have in common and how we might differ, presenting their works under the theme, Nothing in Common.

Artwork from Nothing in Common exhibitionCurator of the degree show and Middlesex graduate, Maya Amrami, is extremely proud of the range of work on display.

“Our exhibition - Nothing in Common - reflects a diverse and dynamic range of artistic practices, methods and backgrounds informed by the intense studio research processes of the master’s programmes.

“We’re so happy we can now share our ideas, our inspirations, and our visual creativity with visitors from the local community as well as from the art world, and also help to enhance the wonderful reputation Middlesex University has in the arts and creative industries.”

The exhibition includes art viewed through a virtual reality headset, collographs that were created in response to Hinkley Point nuclear power station, larger-than-life concrete sculptures and jewellery made using natural, found materials that echo the neural system.

The artists hope people from the local community as well as gallery owners and art commissioners will take the opportunity to visit the exhibition.

Visitors wishing to join the artists for a private viewing on Thursday 14 September should contact Maya Amrami at me@mayaamrami.com or Tansy Spinks at t.spinks@mdx.ac.uk

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