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Beyond the Boundaries

This exhibition zine showcases the diverse and exciting work created by the MA Fine Art artists at UCA Farnham. In a time of uncertainty and under radical constraints, we have found new ways to communicate and manifest our diverse practices. Exploring the newly emerging social and cultural energies, the work seeks ways of transcending conventions, the limitations of ideologies and restrictive belief systems.

This exhibition zine showcases the diverse and exciting work created by the MA Fine Art artists at UCA Farnham. In a time of uncertainty and under radical constraints, we have found new ways to communicate and manifest our diverse practices. Exploring the newly emerging social and cultural energies, the work seeks ways of transcending conventions, the limitations of ideologies and restrictive belief systems.

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This work, Becoming Geology, is concerned<br />

with humanity’s significant and increasing<br />

modification of Earth systems. That breaching of<br />

<strong>the</strong> boundaries, leading to bio-diversity collapse,<br />

climate breakdown and health pandemics.<br />

Evidence is ga<strong>the</strong>red by large scale research<br />

projects as well as by amateur observers of<br />

local phenomena. All materials in this work were<br />

found by <strong>the</strong> artist in a specific rural location and<br />

are presented in <strong>the</strong> proportion 1:10 biomass to<br />

human-generated deposits. Four free-standing<br />

structures constructed from stacked gabion<br />

baskets are filled with rock, concrete, plastic and<br />

metal detritus, as well as living organic material.<br />

Becoming GeoLogy<br />

Liz Clifford<br />

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