Kingston University Fine Art graduate Fiona Banner is currently exhibiting her work at the Tate Modern as part of the annual Duveens commission. The instillation – Harrier and Jaguar – places two recently decommissioned fighter planes in the incongruous setting of the Duveen Galleries. The exhibits are Banner’s largest work yet and part of her continuing fascination with war and jets.
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Kingston University’s School of Architecture and Landscape are showing a live project at this year’s London Festival of Architecture. The two real structures – ‘Shed’ and ‘Ladder’, are projects built by Graduate Diploma and MA students. The two pieces are a short walk from Gallions Reach DLR station. The project has been realised in collaboration with Design for London, London Development Agency and Adams & Sutherland.
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Following the Degree Show at Knights Park, final year Graphic Design and Graphic Design and Photography students took their show up to London to exhibit at Village Underground in Shoreditch. Creative Review’s blogger Gavin Lucas attended the show and reviewed work of students including George Acton, James Titterton and Lucia Davies. The blog article can be found at the following link: