Zsuzsa Peter, Etienne Gilly, Shaan Patel & Dalia Frontini Matsuura
AA Honours 2018
Date: Wednesday 19 September 2018
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
AA Diploma Honours is the highest award you can achieve upon completion of the 5-year undergraduate programme. Up to one 5th year student per diploma unit is nominated to present for honours at the end of each academic year - a ten-minute presentation that needs to convince the diploma tutors of the value, relevance and premise of the project.
Four projects were awarded Diploma with Honours in 2017-18, manifesting the breadth of interests contained within the school from Zsuzsa’s primordial landscape C24 that imagines a new way of living together dictated by patterns of lightness and darkness, to Etienne’s Minigrids, which propose a new energy infrastructure to redefine the boundaries of the European Union, to Shaan’s investigation into The Little Rann of Kutch in India as one of the last Remaining Common(s), to Dalia’s exploration into the future potential of graphene to construct the first temple to be painted in three-dimensional space – Prajapati’s Painted Bodhi.
The four recipients of the AA Diploma with Honours 2018 will present their 5th year projects and discuss their experience of studying at the AA.
To read more about the projects, please visit the following links:
Zsuzsa Peter, Diploma 5 – C24 – A landscape of light and darkness for a commune of resistance
Etienne Gilly, Diploma 9 – Minigrids: Encoding participation in the European Union
Shaan Patel, Diploma 14 – Remaining Common(s)
Dalia Frontini Matsuura, Diploma 16 - Prajapati’s Painted Bodhi: the Fourth Dimensional Canvas
Image: Dalia Frontini Matsuura presenting for AA Honours in the Lecture Hall. Credit: Charlotte Chan
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