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2nd Year student Sachiko Osawa presents Narrative Environments in Tokyo

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Second year student Sachiko Osawa was invited to give a guest lecture at International Christian University, Tokyo Japan, where she graduated from in 2010. She was invited to speak for the students on the Cultural Studies course about Narrative Environments at CSM, and her current major project “Yami-ichi” – a non-monetary art auction.

 

Story shapes 2016

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In the Story Shape project MANE first year students explore the process and possibilities of ‘Narrative Environments’. The students will try to spark change through designing a sequence of events and spaces that, for an identified group of people, will

Narrative Environments Work in Progress Show 2017

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Work in Progress Show 2017 has been held at CSM and thanks to all who came to visit us!

Students from MArch, MA Acting, MA Character Animation, MA Communication Design, MA Industrial Design, MA Material Futures, MA Narrative Environments and MA Performance Design & Practice were all showcasing their ongoing practices in advance of this year’s degree show in June.

The International Student Innovation Awards

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Last week we saw the launch of London And Partners’ International Innovation Student Awards here at CSM.

The flexible and fun exhibition structure was designed and built by recent Narrative Environments alum Tom Butler, Julie Howell, Lea Nagano and Ye Won Shim!

London & Partners set up the International Student Innovation Award to shine a spotlight on the ground-breaking work being produced by international students in London across the fields of fashion, art & design, technology and science.

The Life and Death Toolkit

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The Life and Death Toolkit helps design students to reflect on the sustainability of their projects and make informed decisions throughout their design process. The toolkit consists of two sets of prompt cards and a worksheet. The prompt cards suggest topics to consider while the worksheet is used by students to record their reflections and evaluate the sustainability of their project.

Project Gulangyu

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MA Narrative Environments was invited by China Academy of Art to collaborate on a project to research the small island of Gulangyu a few minutes ferry ride from the coastal city of Xiamen in south east China.

Gulangyu was an international settlement in 19th century. About 30 years ago the island became a popular destination for Chinese tourists and the tourist industry has grown so much the identity of the island is being eradicated.

The Life and Death Toolkit

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About

The Life and Death Toolkit helps design students to reflect on the sustainability of their projects and make informed decisions throughout their design process. The toolkit consists of two sets of prompt cards and a worksheet. The prompt cards suggest topics to consider while the worksheet is used by students to record their reflections and evaluate the sustainability of their project.

MIXEDNESS

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As a part of Art Licks Weekend, running 29th September-2nd October,Graduate Lea Nagano is  presenting her major project Mixedness as a double installation of video portraits and layered projections in SeenFifteen Gallery.

Two layers of urban London cityscapes create the basis of a video projection, which reveals yet more layers when the viewer interacts with the piece. Lea Nagano’s concern is the lack of dialogue on the complex subject of mixed-race identity, where individual experiences can vary dramatically and are often defined by personal appearance.

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