Hannah said: “By doing a lot of my work from home, I’ve been able to reflect a lot more on what I’m doing. I do think there is a silver lining to having an online show. When we apply for jobs, it’s all going to be done online and having a platform there, ready, gets us another step closer to making applications for jobs, which for many of us is our next step”.
Mashaal Baloch has been studying Interior Architecture BA(Hons) and focused on the fast-growing world of media and technology leading to all aspects of life becoming digitalised, including graveyards. She set her project in 2070 and looked at the challenges of the growing population and the lack of space, which could lead to a revolution in our current methods of remembering the dead.
On not being able to display work physically this year, Mashaal said: “It feels like an underwhelming ending to an overwhelming year, but I don’t mind the online show either. It’s a great solution given the situation and circumstance. It can work in our favour, people can view our work who wouldn’t have been able to.”