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Model photography - Kingston students take on Thomas Demand

Emulating great artists can be more than homage, writes Christine Murray

Demanding Attention. By Diploma Unit 1, Kingston University School of Architecture. Closed 14 November. The Viewing Room, top floor, Taberner House, Park Lane, Croydon


As a prelude to their major design project for the year, students from Kingston University’s school of architecture have created work in the manner of artist and photographer Thomas Demand.


Developed under the tutorship of Daniel Rosbottom, David Howarth and Mike Lee, the unit’s work was exhibited in Demanding Attention, a week-long exhibition which took place in the disused Viewing Room of Taberner House, Croydon.




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