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Roberta Mason

MA work

Immersion

My study of immersion has led me to create two separate but related projects; Shorebreak, a sculpture based installation and The Most Charming Creatures, an installation of sculptural blown glass.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Arts & Humanities

    Programme

    MA Ceramics & Glass, 2018

  • I love water. When I am in the sea, I am completely present and see the world from a different perspective. My work is an exploration of this sense of immersion articulated in an experiential way. It is informed by personal, shared experiences and memories of immersion.  My research has led me to create installation and interaction based work in glass focused on restricted viewing, light and sound.

  • Degrees

  • Richmond Adult Community College (RACC) HNC 3D Design Crafts, 2016; Bsc Chemistry, University of Minnesota
  • Exhibitions

  • Contemporary Glass Society Vessels Exhibition, Vessel Gallery, London, 2017; Contemporary Glass Society Water & Music Exhibition, Pyramid Gallery, York, 2017; The Emerging and the Established, Christies, London, 2017; GLASS 2016 An exhibition of studio glass by 12 selected Artists, Pyramid Gallery, York, 2016; Contemporary Glass Society Ripples Exhibition, Pyramid Gallery, York, 2015; Commemorating the First World War in Glass, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea, 2014
  • Awards

  • Scholarship, Masterclass with Dr Gerry King Claudia Borella Design Studio NZ, 2016; Highly Commedned, Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers Commission Competition, 2015