Cleo Sloggett’s project is based upon the experimental testing and manipulation of fabrics. The artist aimed to stretch, shrink, rip, sew and burn to find out how the appearance and nature of the fabrics would be altered. The open-ended project records the processes in many ways – drawing, photographing, filming. Sloggett made samples using latex, plaster, emulsions and wax, dyes, intending to make garments. In the end, amongst other things, the artist made a film which was projected onto a garment. By being open-minded and experimental, working with lots of different materials and mixing digital approaches with hands-on media, Sloggett’s outcome was personal, unexpected and exciting.
John Kenady Eruthayanathan
Illustrator John Kenady Eruthayanathan’s final project focuses on raising awareness of the history and ongoing inequalities in Sri Lanka.
Housna Shah’s interest lies in the luxury retail market. Her final project focuses on romantic florals and is inspired by Afghan folk dances and weddings.