9 June 2012
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Hand Compacted Sphere by fine art photography student Sam di Santos is a digital scan from a negative of soil collected from the physics department of Glasgow University. The degree show features the work of graduate and post-graduate students.
Dating Edge by communication design student Gabriella DiTano, winner of the Deutsche Bank Award for Creative Practice for her ‘Risotto Risograph’ prints. Alumni of the school include Turner prize winner Martin Boyce, architect Gareth Hoskins and fashion designer Jonathan Saunders.
Month of Sundays by painting and printmaking student Amalie Silvani-Jones. Stories from December 2011's newspapers and magazines have been embroidered onto canvas.
Relics and Resonances is an installation by sculptor Ruaridh Allen. Two concrete sound dishes detect movement, speech and the ambient nature of a room.
Gyroscope Necklace, by silversmithing and jewellery student Scarlett Cohen-French, is one of a series of works looking into "movement, colour and growth of form and pattern derived from experimental visual forms of mathematical chaos".
Sonobe Lamp by product design student Kyla McCallum is one of a series inspired by origami folding techniques, comprising 175 modular pieces, each folded by hand.
Between Nonesuch Place, an installation piece by Scott Rogers, who has been awarded the GSS Graduate Fellowship for 2012. Photo copyright: National Glass Centre.
A writer's residence at Ian Hamilton Finlay's Little Sparta was one of two briefs given to architecture students. This is Corrie Ann Rounding's design. See ww.gsa.ac.uk for more details of the degree show.