Our graduate space is made available for one year (from November) and is currently occupied by David Donald.
David specialises primarily in painting , drawing and sculpture. His work revolves around interests in advertising and draws from a number of influences from 20th century music sheets to contemporary high end fashion, looking at how novelty is used alongside consumer goods to close a gap between recognising images and perceiving them. He is also writing a book which expands some of his observations within advertising and architecture. The book is semi-fictional and uses invented vocabulary and observations from real and corroborated situations as well as a model city called 'Toy Town' which is used as a case study to inform these ideas.