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Level 2 Art and Design students at Lewisham College created a time-based art installation featuring film collage, zoetropes, masks and hanging dynamic pieces to give the audience an immersive experience.

Time-based artwork lasts for a period of time and features digital and performance elements. The art installation captured this form of creative expression by showing films on multiple screens, hanging papermache masks, and displays of the Zoetrope, an early version of the motion picture created by the learners.

Asfa Sohail, Principal at Lewisham College, said: "We are very proud of our students and the pieces they have produced; this exhibition has broadened our learners' skillset and given them key experience for their career in the Creative Arts sector." 

This project gave students a chance to put their skills and knowledge into action. It also enabled them to gain vital experience in producing and setting up an art installation and displaying their work to the public.  

Abigail Hammond, Art and Design course leader at Lewisham College, said: “Students have learnt about a new form of art and captured its essence in their creative approach. They gained many essential skills and added new perspectives to their artistic repertoire, setting them up for a successful career in the arts."  

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