CMP Degree Show, 26th – 29th June, Harrow Campus

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Hybrid Minds, CMP Degree Show 2013 Hybrid Minds – CMP Degree Show 2013

The CMP degree show of final year work, Hybrid Minds, opens on Wednesday 26th June at Harrow Campus, and runs until 29th June.

This will be a showcase of excellence across all media: films, documentaries, photography, interactive projects and installations.

Some of the work will already be on display for the forthcoming Open Day on Wednesday 19th June as well.

Preview: Wednesday 26 June 6-10pm

Show runs Thursday-Saturday 27-29 June 11am-6pm

Hybrid Minds presents a dynamic range of creative work in a variety of media.

The unique nature of this course provides incisive narrative film productions, next seen at Cannes and other festivals, engaging photography projects on the new Cuba, Greek migrants in UK and teenage trauma in middle England. Documentary video follows the latest health campaigns in Lewisham and dance in Ghana. Interactive projects take a critical view of social media addiction through immersive gaming, and explore colonial histories in the form of a responsive installation in which tea plantation workers discuss their experiences.

Contemporary Media Practice is a wide ranging media production degree course that also looks at current ideas and theory to generate some of the most original media output available today from new practitioners. Not only do these graduates engage with a wide range of specialisms but also experiment with the limits of the media and generate convergent, new forms. Hybrid Minds is a show that speaks to a range of new concerns and interests across a range of media platforms.

The University of Westminster is proud to host the latest crop of productions in its all new Forum and Galleries on the purpose built campus at Northwick Park, Harrow. With the latest screening and display facilities one of the university’s most long standing courses will rise to new levels of professionalism. So if you want to see the next generation from the stable that introduced you to Ori Gersht, Zed Nelson and Anand Tucker please visit Hybrid Minds.

The Harrow Campus is a brisk twenty minute metropolitan tube ride from Baker St or Finchley Road. By road we are south of Harrow town next to Northwick Park hospital. Parking is available.

The Forum and Galleries
University of Westminster
Harrow Campus
Northwick Park
HA1 3TP

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