Graduates from Falmouth Flexible's MA Photography will exhibit their work in London, the culmination of their work across the two-year online degree.
MA Photography graduating students present REALITIES CONSTRUCTED, a group exhibition in London showcasing an iteration of their Final Module Projects.
14 emerging artists and photographers have been working on their projects for the last six months, exploring such questions as our place in the world, what is hidden within our lives and society; personal and private identity; and how we see ourselves and the family around us.
It's the culmination of the two-year master's in photography with Falmouth Flexible, through which students have developed and shared experiences, ideologies, and practices around what photography is to them and how it can be used and interpreted to explore our world and construct its realities.
REALITIES CONSTRUCTED features graduates from the UK, Austria, Germany, Italy and the USA who hope to use the exhibition as a launch pad for further exploration and development as emerging contemporary practitioners.
You can see the exhibition at the Four Corners Gallery in London from Wednesday 6th to Saturday 9th October 2021, with a Private View taking place on Thursday 7th October from 6pm-9pm.
You can also visit thelongexposure.co.uk to find out more about the photographers taking part and see some of their work. Check out the #realitiesconstructed and #falmouthflexevents hashtag on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for updates or follow @falmouthflexiblephoto.
Study online along with a diverse international cohort of like-minded practitioners with Falmouth University's part-time MA in Photography. Choose from three start dates a year: