In Photos: Ruskin Freshers’ Art Show
Photos from the opening night of the Ruskin Art School’s first year show
Last weekend saw the Bullingdon Road host the Ruskin Art School’s show of first year work.
Projects ranged from the more traditional ceramics and paint, to quite wacky film installations.
If there were two stars of the show, Anne Stelzer’s ceramic pieces and Ruth Spencer Jolly’s film were definite stand outs.
Titled, ‘my body belongs to my husband, but what I do from the neck up is a different story‘, Stelzer’s work included a floating arm, a human face and what looks like a mountain of breasts all carved out of clay.
Spencer Jolly’s film, tinder egg, was a playful commentary on the role of Tinder in the average student’s life. It drew parallels between tinder and the kinder eggs that everyone loved in their childhood- in chocolate and in love you can’t tell what you’ll end up getting just based on the shell outside.
The Ruskin’s finalist show takes place on 20th June, click here for more details.