Fine Art collective K u u b e exhibit at Bohunk Institute

A group of Year Two students studying on our BA (Hons) Fine Art course have held an exhibition of their work at Bohunk Institute in Nottingham.

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Image by Wendy Asumadu

A group of Year Two students studying on our BA (Hons) Fine Art course have held an exhibition of their work at Bohunk Institute in Nottingham.

K u u b e is a collective of 11 students from NTU's Fine Art course, brought together by fellow student Ryan Heath. The group chose to exhibit their work at Bohunk Institute in order to promote themselves as artists within Nottingham's creative community, producing a variety of work including painting, film, photography and installation.

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Image by Wendy Asumadu

One member of K u u b e, Wendy Asumadu, told us about her involvement: "I produced a patchwork consisting of different African fabrics alongside Kente fabrics. This was manipulated with scans of each fabric to play around with assumptions and what we think we see. The work was a development of my practice where I am exploring the histories of African fabric and how it connects with me on a personal level because I have been surrounded with materials like that my whole life.

"I love the creative freedom or our course. Nottingham has a great reputation for being a creative city and there are opportunities to exhibit and a great support system for young artists."

Fine Art collective K u u b e exhibit at Bohunk Institute

Published on 2 March 2016
  • Category: School of Art & Design

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