As part of the Central Saint Martins Fine Art Degree Show, actor Shia LaBeouf introduced students’ work via green screen. We asked Shia to read his favourite fictional prose to our plants and fish. You can see his performance (where he reads Charles Bukowski’s poem The Laughing Heart) at 2:02:47.
This is a longer post than usual. Hopefully you will stay with it. The CSM degrees shows were exceptional this year in the way that they never let you down but just kept on-and-on engaging, twisting and turning, surprising and challenging, the whole wonderfully and thoughtfully composed and curated so that it didn’t exhaust or elude the visitor – no mean-feat given the enormous logistics to consider.
Hopefully, the few selections below explain themselves as not bestowing favour or exposing nepotism of any kind. Then again, perhaps that is impossible to wholly avoid or deny, whatever strategy we contrive to do so. These forces always seem to exist in some form, however much art writing tries to purge itself of judgement.
This is therefore just one more experiment in your investigation of the possibilities of art criticism. But before you start you just want to say a big CONGRATULATIONS to…
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Improve your physique whilst generating power for our aquaponics unit! By pedalling to charge up a car battery we can run the electric pumps and lights needed for our system.
Enjoy the unit all day everyday, from Wednesday 26th May – Sunday 31st May 2015 at the Central Saint Martins Degree Show.
Mike Leigh’s 1970s play ‘Abigail’s Party’ takes place during an evening of domestic hell in the guise of a suburban drinks soirée. While teenager Abigail parties a few doors away, the pretentious Beverly and her estate agent husband, Laurence, entertain their neighbours.
As part of our next event we will be running AQUADRAMATICS, a chance to perform ‘Abigail’s Party’ to our aquaponics system in its new home, at the Central Saint Martins Degree Show.