MA Narrative Environments

MajorProjects

Work in Progress: focus on displays.

Following on from the Work in Progress Show Private View, here are some images focusing on the displays created by the MA Narrative Environments 2nd year students to showcase their major projects. The juxtaposition of the displays in the show highlighted the breadth of themes and stories being developed by the students in their work.

Graduates Rhiannon Williams, Cruz Maria Vallespir and Erica Jensen featured in Creative Unions Show at the Lethaby Gallery

Three of our recent graduates are showing work in the Creative Unions exhibition at the Lethaby Gallery in King’s Cross from 25 September – 27 October 2018. Showcasing the work of Central Saint Martins graduating students whose practice addresses our current socio-political climate, Creative Unions explores how design can further public debate and become an active

Unequal journeys

Interview with MA Narrative Environments alumni Nele Vos and Alexander Goller on their latest project developing an interactive, e-learning module to explore some of the inequalities inherent in access to citizenship and freedom of movement. Read the article here.  

diverCity Matchmaking

MA Narrative Environments’ 2017 grad Aga Anastazja Szypicyn presented her final project diverCity – a powerful design critique of the limitations of placemaking through visualisation – to Urbanistas last night. Read more about the project in this book designed by Aga diverCity Matchmaking And check out the next Urbanistas events here

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The doors have opened to Creative Unions at the Lethaby Gallery, on until 21 October. Come celebrate the power of creativity to cross borders! The contemporary world must be defined not by boundary or binary but connection. Sharing the work of this year’s graduating Central Saint Martins students, Creative Unions celebrates the power of designers to challenge isolationism.

Spatial Practices Prizes

Congratulations to the winners of the Spatial Practices Prizes supported by Knight Frank: Tom Atkinson MArch, Geetanjali Sayal MA Narrative Environments, and Olivia Sutherill BA Architecture. MA Narrative Environments’ Geetanjali Sayal was nominated for her major project Behind White Storeys . A night walk, with an audio-visual accompaniment, emphasising the emotional resonances discoverable in a much underrated

Degree Show 2017

The MANE Degree Show is is finally here, and we are ready to celebrate a wide range of talents and creative superpowers. Just come and see for yourself. You’ll find us in The Crossing at the entrance to CSM. Look for the flags! We’re open to the public all week: Wednesday 21 to Friday 24

Citizenshop at Tate

2016 alum Nele Vos was invited to show her graduation project Citizenshop at Tate as part of the Tate Exchange’s ‘Who Are We?’ project. Citizenshop is an interactive travelling installation that opposes the neoliberal concept of the acquisition of citizenship by investment, as is offered by an increasing number of governments across the world today. Instead, it asserts

2nd Year student Sachiko Osawa presents Narrative Environments in Tokyo

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. Sachiko was

London Design Festival at Oxo Tower Wharf

MA Narrative Environments grads Mamiko Yamasaki, Lea Nagano and Ye Won Shim have been selected by Designersblock to show their graduation projects at ‘Under Development’! Go and take a look at the exhibition, part of London Design Festival at Oxo Tower Wharf, 21–25 September. Designersblock showcase ‘Under Development’ is built around the 17 UN Sustainable

Island Board Walk

Head to the Isle of Dogs to explore Anna Lincoln’s Narrative Environments final year project, and join in the rediscovery of the Isle of Dogs heritage board walking-trail, first installed 20 years ago, now updated to feature unseen archive images and personal accounts of island life from the locals who tell it best. Read more about the