Nigel Ayers, a graduate of MA Interactive Art & Design, exhibits at Newlyn Gallery as part of Green Cube collective.
Nigel Ayers, a graduate of MA Interactive Art & Design (2002-2007), recently exhibited and co-curated psycho/geography at Newylyn Gallery as part of Transition: Curators’ Edition.
Together with three other artists: Rupert White, Daryl Waller and Paul Chaney under collective name Green Cube, he created a changing exhibition connected with environmental issues.
Green Cube is interested in exposing the deep psychological and political content inherent in the landscape and our experience of place. The artists describe their work as going “beyond the simple moral imperatives implied by the green agenda, and instead explores related areas of fantasy, desire and imagination”.
Video of the exhibition can be viewed here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mt7j2MRgi98
MA Interactive Art & Design ran from 2002 - 2007 at University College Falmouth and was led by iRes Cluster Leader, Kate Southworth.
If you are intrested in pursuing MPhil/PhD study in Interactive Art & Design or New Media Art, contact Kate Southworth for an informal chat at email@example.com or call her on 0044-(0)1326-370733.