“Research Images as Art / Art Images as Research”

Cross-Disciplinary Competition/Exhibition 2016/17


The Doctoral School would like to thank everyone for entering our competition and for contributing towards what was an excellent exhibition – we've had very good feedback and certainly had fun organising the event.

I think it is a great opportunity to show a little bit of what I am studying in my PhD concerning the role of the record for the re-construction of Chilean historical villages affected by earthquakes. It is great that some of the key aspects of my research can be conveyed to the general public through one of my images, especially considering that it was selected by a multidisciplinary jury.

— Mrs Bernadette Devilat, Bartlett School of Architecture

I am very honoured and grateful to the Doctoral School for the award. This competition inspires and motivates us to search for new ways of looking at our research and showcase the beauty of it.

— Ms Daniela Lainez Del Pozo, Geography

WINNERS

First Prize (£400)

First Prize
Mrs Bernadette Devilat, Bartlett School of Architecture
Fragile materiality

Runners-Up (£200 each)

Runner-Up
Miss Suk Cheng, Division of Surgery and Interventional Sciences
The roads to the brain

 

Runner-Up
Mr Matteo Mauro, Bartlett School of Architecture
Visualising Sound
Runner-Up
Ms Sarah Kunz, Geography
Archive folders
Runner-Up
Mr Alan Cusack, IOE Culture, Communication and Media
Craigavon Archive
Runner-Up
Mr Jack Layton, Geography
Hanging at south bank
Runner-Up
Ms Daniela Lainez Del Pozo, Geography
No boundaries

Honourable Mention

Honourable Mention
Ms Temitayo Olugbade, UCL Interaction Centre
we move as we feel
Honourable Mention
Mr Maj Plemenitas, Bartlett School of Architecture
Cross Scale Embedding #0337
Honourable Mention
Dr Martin Artman, Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering
Hope in the Age of the Anthropocene?
Honourable Mention
Dr Tom Armitage, Earth Sciences
Ice station Aranda
Honourable Mention
Mrs Idil Seren Yucel Inal, Bartlett School of Architecture
Frontier / Inhabited Exoskeleton

 

Online gallery 2016/17

The People's Choice Prize (£100 Book Voucher)

People's Choice Prize
Miss Joanna Lau, Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology
Larval zebrafish motor control

THANKS TO THE JUDGES

The Doctoral School would also like to thank the following for acting as judges for this year's competition:

  • Prof David Bogle, Doctoral School (Chair round 1)
  • Prof Mike Raco, Bartlett School of Planning (Chair round 2)
  • Dr Helene Burningham, Department of Geography
  • Mrs Sussanah Chan, UCL Public and Cultural Engagement
  • Dr Richard Freeman, Institute of Education
  • Dr Zoe Laughlin, Institute of Making