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DFestival is the graduate exhibition for all third year Creative Arts majors at Deakin University. In 2013 we are showcasing 45 different projects from 248 students, in 7 disciplines - Animation, Dance, Drama, Film, Photography, Visual Arts and Visual Communication
See the program at http://www.scribd.com/doc/176498459/DFestival-2013-Program

DFestival is the graduate exhibition for all third year Creative Arts majors at Deakin University. In 2013 we are showcasing 45 different projects from 248 students, in 7 disciplines - Animation, Dance, Drama, Film, Photography, Visual Arts and Visual Communication

See the program at
http://www.scribd.com/doc/176498459/DFestival-2013-Program

Shifting Skin Exhibition - Alison Bennett is a PhD candidate at Deakin University undertaking a ‘creative practice as research’ project in digital photography. This body of work is an examination of surface and embodiment via digital encounter. Working with representations of human skin captured with a re-purposed flatbed scanner, Bennett has complicated the notion of digital photographic surface with an overlay of augmented reality that projects out of the physical print into virtual space. The image has not been translated back into a simulation of a limb or torso but wrapped around a landscape of peaks and valleys describing the tonal scale within the surface of the subject, the pigmentation of scars, tattoos, skin tone and texture. Venue: Deakin University Art Gallery, July 2013

Shifting Skin Exhibition - Alison Bennett is a PhD candidate at Deakin University undertaking a ‘creative practice as research’ project in digital photography. This body of work is an examination of surface and embodiment via digital encounter. Working with representations of human skin captured with a re-purposed flatbed scanner, Bennett has complicated the notion of digital photographic surface with an overlay of augmented reality that projects out of the physical print into virtual space.
The image has not been translated back into a simulation of a limb or torso but wrapped around a landscape of peaks and valleys describing the tonal scale within the surface of the subject, the pigmentation of scars, tattoos, skin tone and texture. Venue: Deakin University Art Gallery, July 2013

Work by student - (Roy) Yixing Liu
Aperture
f/11
Shutter Speed
1/50th
ISO
100
Focal Length
200mm
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
work by (Roy) Yixing Liu
Work by student - (Roy) Yixing Liu
Aperture
f/11
Shutter Speed
1/100th
ISO
100
Focal Length
60mm
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
work by (Roy) Yixing Liu
Work by student - (Roy) Yixing Liu
Aperture
f/5.6
Shutter Speed
1/80th
ISO
100
Focal Length
50mm
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
work by (Roy) Yixing Liu

Work by student - (Roy) Yixing Liu

Creative Arts International Study Tour to Japan Exhibition
As part of Deakin’s Creative Arts International Study tours, sixteen students and three academics visited Japan for two weeks. Exploring the arts and culture of such a visually powerful country inspired the collection of work with participants reflecting on their personal experience. This is just a sample of the many works exhibited.
Animation: ‘Memories through the Gates’ by Sarah Medew
Photography: ‘Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum’ by Rachael Parkes
Bigakko Art School: ‘The Fox-Eyed Man’ by Hiroshi Miyazaki
Graphic Design: ‘On the Surface of Things’ by Georgina Hillman
Aperture
f/4.5
Shutter Speed
1/40th
ISO
200
Focal Length
30mm
Camera
Nikon D90
Memories through the Gates by Sarah Medew
Creative Arts International Study Tour to Japan Exhibition
As part of Deakin’s Creative Arts International Study tours, sixteen students and three academics visited Japan for two weeks. Exploring the arts and culture of such a visually powerful country inspired the collection of work with participants reflecting on their personal experience. This is just a sample of the many works exhibited.
Animation: ‘Memories through the Gates’ by Sarah Medew
Photography: ‘Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum’ by Rachael Parkes
Bigakko Art School: ‘The Fox-Eyed Man’ by Hiroshi Miyazaki
Graphic Design: ‘On the Surface of Things’ by Georgina Hillman
Aperture
f/4
Shutter Speed
1/1600th
ISO
6400
Focal Length
159mm
Camera
Canon EOS 7D
Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum by Rachael Parkes
Creative Arts International Study Tour to Japan Exhibition
As part of Deakin’s Creative Arts International Study tours, sixteen students and three academics visited Japan for two weeks. Exploring the arts and culture of such a visually powerful country inspired the collection of work with participants reflecting on their personal experience. This is just a sample of the many works exhibited.
Animation: ‘Memories through the Gates’ by Sarah Medew
Photography: ‘Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum’ by Rachael Parkes
Bigakko Art School: ‘The Fox-Eyed Man’ by Hiroshi Miyazaki
Graphic Design: ‘On the Surface of Things’ by Georgina Hillman
The Fox-Eyed Man by Hiroshi Miyazaki
Creative Arts International Study Tour to Japan Exhibition
As part of Deakin’s Creative Arts International Study tours, sixteen students and three academics visited Japan for two weeks. Exploring the arts and culture of such a visually powerful country inspired the collection of work with participants reflecting on their personal experience. This is just a sample of the many works exhibited.
Animation: ‘Memories through the Gates’ by Sarah Medew
Photography: ‘Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum’ by Rachael Parkes
Bigakko Art School: ‘The Fox-Eyed Man’ by Hiroshi Miyazaki
Graphic Design: ‘On the Surface of Things’ by Georgina Hillman
On the Surface of Things by Georgina Hillman

Creative Arts International Study Tour to Japan Exhibition

As part of Deakin’s Creative Arts International Study tours, sixteen students and three academics visited Japan for two weeks. Exploring the arts and culture of such a visually powerful country inspired the collection of work with participants reflecting on their personal experience. This is just a sample of the many works exhibited.

Animation: ‘Memories through the Gates’ by Sarah Medew

Photography: ‘Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum’ by Rachael Parkes

Bigakko Art School: ‘The Fox-Eyed Man’ by Hiroshi Miyazaki

Graphic Design: ‘On the Surface of Things’ by Georgina Hillman

Student work exhibition - Japan Study Tour
A small exhibition of works by a group of photography, visual art, professional writing and animation students of Deakin University; a collection of inspirations from their study tour of Japan in November 2010.
The exhibition was opened officially on 9 March 2011. Visitors enjoyed viewing the creative works and meeting the students who participated in the 2010 Japan Study Tour.
Student work exhibition - Japan Study Tour
A small exhibition of works by a group of photography, visual art, professional writing and animation students of Deakin University; a collection of inspirations from their study tour of Japan in November 2010.
The exhibition was opened officially on 9 March 2011. Visitors enjoyed viewing the creative works and meeting the students who participated in the 2010 Japan Study Tour.
Student work exhibition - Japan Study Tour
A small exhibition of works by a group of photography, visual art, professional writing and animation students of Deakin University; a collection of inspirations from their study tour of Japan in November 2010.
The exhibition was opened officially on 9 March 2011. Visitors enjoyed viewing the creative works and meeting the students who participated in the 2010 Japan Study Tour.

Student work exhibition - Japan Study Tour

A small exhibition of works by a group of photography, visual art, professional writing and animation students of Deakin University; a collection of inspirations from their study tour of Japan in November 2010.

The exhibition was opened officially on 9 March 2011. Visitors enjoyed viewing the creative works and meeting the students who participated in the 2010 Japan Study Tour.

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