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Agatha Haines

MA work

The human body consists of practicable elements that can be easily manipulated and engineered. Through surgical procedures our bodies can be stretched, shifted and sewn, yet still be functional, or perhaps even increase functionality. Here lies my primary area of interest; how might people respond to the possibilities of our body as another everyday material, and how far can we push our malleable bodies while still being accepted by society.

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  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Design Interactions, 2013

  • The human body consists of practicable elements that can be easily manipulated and engineered. Through surgical procedures our bodies can be stretched, shifted and sewn, yet still be functional, or perhaps even increase functionality. Here lies my primary area of interest; how might people respond to the possibilities of our body as another everyday material, and how far can we push our malleable bodies while still being accepted by society.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Graphic Design, Kingston University, 2008–11; Foundation Art & Design, Kingston University, 2007–8
  • Experience

  • Sculpor, David Mach Studio, London, 2012–present; Sculpting and studio assistant, Arteffects, London, 2006–present; Visiting tutor, Artscience workshop at Le Labertoire, Paris, 2012; Internship, Purpose, London, 2011
  • Exhibitions

  • Second Best, Juno, London, 2010; Step Trip Step, The Bargehouse, London, 2011; New Blood, Truman Brewery, London, 2011; Kingston Degree Show, Kingston University, London, 2011
  • Awards

  • Nominee, Design for schools, RSA student Design Awards, 2011
  • Publications

  • Grafik, Angharad Lewis and Caroline Roberts, Designflux Ltd, 2011