University students show their varied taste in art at show

ELAPSE: Hallam University MArt  final degree show at S1 Art Space
ELAPSE: Hallam University MArt final degree show at S1 Art Space
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ELAPSE, S1 Art Space

Five Sheffield Hallam University final year MArt students are presenting their final degree show.

Emma Katrina McLean is a food artist, whose work on show includes a range of chocolate sculptures.

Guests can eat her artwork and in some cases even take it away with them.

Jack Barton has worked in a variety of mediums including a performance piece whereby he documented his experiences in an empty room for 48 hours, to his current work using technical casting processes to produce lifelike representations of the human body that ask questions around perception and deception. He lives and works in Stockholm as artist assistant to artist Anders Krisar.

Wisia K Grzegorczyk-Baxter is an emerging installation and performance artist.

She intends to bring life to ‘dead’ technology and forgotten places.

Grzegorczyk-Baxter’s current pieces explore the theory and emotive values of jouissance (extreme pleasure), while challenging socially phobic issues and exploring art as therapy through film installation and photography.

Adrian Crawley will be exhibiting a selection of work from the research that he has collected from his time spent in Iceland.

Rachel Mason is a research-based artist and curator, who is investigating a selection of historic Berlin Minox negatives.

The show runs in the foyer of the venue in Trafalgar Street in the city centre until Saturday.

Opening times are 10am-5pm daily and Wednesday 10am-8pm.