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By: Sean Penlington

The (BA) Fine Art course allows the student to develop their proffesional practice through studio time, seminars, artist talks and close mentoring from tutors/artists. The course is split into single disciplines such as painting, sculpture, print, photography, in order to gain specialist mentoring. A freedom to move between disciplines, however, is available.

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Sean Penlington. Installation view of paintings; 'Meat Head', 'Mr. C' and 'Stacks'

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Sean Penlington. Installation view of paintings; 'Meat Head', 'Mr. C' and 'Stacks'

Sean Penlington. Installation view of Degree Show

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Sean Penlington. Installation view of Degree Show

Sean Penlington. Installation view of paintings; 'May Pile' and 'Comedy Inferno'

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Sean Penlington. Installation view of paintings; 'May Pile' and 'Comedy Inferno'

# 1 [21 June 2010]

Degree show open 18th June - 23rd June

http://www.artdes.mmu.ac.uk/degreeshow/

 

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Sean Penlington

I am currently in my final year at Manchester Metropolitan, studying (BA) Fine Art - Painting.

I produce figurative paintings. My recent work stems from an interest in carnival and ritural in early modern Europe. Carnival was traditionally a time of unrule, excess eating, drinking and ritural games. It was also a time of increased sexual activity and violence. These paintings explore themes of excess, popular imagery, sex , violence, unrule and the notion of the world upside down.

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