Arts Thread: Fresh, Innovative, Lively Textile And Interior Designs

Arts Thread: Fresh, Innovative, Lively Textile And Interior Designs

'Public View' features postgraduate work from a variety of backgrounds, including design for advertising.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 10 october 2011

Rezwana Ahmed, Textiles

Public View is this year’s exciting Postgraduate Degree Show for the University of Wolverhampton.  Held at the diverse arts and exhibition centre in West Bromwich, The Public, it showcases the fresh, innovative and lively talent of the university’s Masters student’s.

The exhibition contains a wide variety of creative skills, covering Art and Design, Design for Advertising, Fine Art and PhD Research.

Rezwana Ahmed examines the beauty behind imperfections in her selection of textile pieces.

What inspires Rezwana? She likes to tell stories and recollect memories, and she achieves both in her patchwork quilts. ‘It’s my story’ is a favourite piece-images from different times, places and incidents in Rezwana’s life have been collated in order to represent the formation of her identity. Rezwana displays four quilts in total, each with a unique story and meaning to capture your attention.

Tolga Bolgac, Interior Design

Interior Design student Tolga Bogac displays MA project, Cyprus Dental Centre. The aim was to create a space where both patients and doctors feel more comfortable, so that they choose to return on a regular basis. Tolga advises: “This project was an enjoyable challenge due to the medical requirements.”

(Continue reading here.)

[Written by Natalie Fordham. Originally published on the Arts Thread blog. Republished with kind permission.]

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