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COMMENDATION SERJEANT AWARD FOR DRAWING

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PAUL JAKULIS

Re-Silvering the Mirror University of Greenwich Tutors: Ed Frith, Teresa Stoppani

This architectural investigation into Lacan's psychoanalytical research stood out for its photographic, sculptural and other-worldly qualities. In fact, it was the work's highlycharged, metaphysical resonance that appealed most to the judging panel.The architectural elements were used to good effect in communicating the force of the intellectual examination.Many of the forms and materials were unrecognisable in an architectural sense, but the panel appreciated the symbolic and referential uses to which they were put.'And why not?' said one judge.'Architecture need not always be so ironic and limited to one-liners.'

'Intriguing.

This person is very aware of contemporary art practice. A very good polemic' David Adjaye

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