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Posted 10.07.17

In Pictures: Graduates showcase work in annual ‘Best Of’ exhibition

By Sarah Packer

Highlighting the diverse and innovative work of our newest graduates, our annual BOSS exhibition launched in the Gallery this month – with students, family and friends celebrating the work of our selected graduates.

The 'Best of Summer Show' exhibition showcases some of the strongest work from this year's show as selected by Programme Leaders, the Gallery team and members of the college's Senior Management Team – with work ranging from Illustration and Graphic Design to Fine Art and Photography.

BOSS includes work from some of our award-winning graduates, including Anna Boast who won the ‘Fashion in the City’ Award, and Valerie Muddyman who was awarded the ‘Victoria Sewart Showcase Award’ during our Degree Shows.

If you missed our Degree Shows then this is your chance to explore some of the most innovative work from the show – open to all until Friday 18 August in The Gallery.

Photographs by Rod Gonzalez. Download hi-res images from our Flickr.

Ben Lintell's stunning glass series 'Free Fall' explores beautiful patterns of movement, emergent twists and vortexes.

Fine Art grad Sam Turner's installation examines our relationships with the overlooked aspects of the physical world and how they can reveal new or hidden connections.

Alex Lee's vibrant paintings use psychological self-portraiture as a cathartic process to deal with personal issues of identity and loss, resulting in works steeped in personal symbolism.