Meet The 2020 MullenLowe NOVA Awards Shortlist
We’re pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2020 MullenLowe NOVA Awards and open voting for the YourNOVA ‘People’s Choice’ Award. From 1,300 graduating students, 14 have been shortlisted and just five MullenLowe NOVA Awards will presented to students whose work represents truly creative thinking and execution.
Shortlisted students are (in alphabetical order):
Aziza Kadyri (Kadyrova), MA Performance: Design & Practice, ‘Fitting Fragments’
Femi Adeleye, BA Fine Art 3D, ‘Just Being Myself’
Ines Duplessis, MA Industrial Design, ‘ANEO’
Jahnavi Inniss, BA Graphic Communication Design, ‘Representation’
Jo Harrison-Hall, BA Jewellery Design, ‘Rinse and Repeat’
Joseph Bates, BA Fashion Communication and Promotion, ‘Lokko’
Joseph Standing, MA Industrial Design, ‘Aqua No More’
Katy Fabian, MA Character Animation, ‘Wolfskin’
Kleanthis Kyriakou, MA Architecture, ‘HOUSE OF EXTRAVAGANZA’
Liang Xiao, MA Art and Science, ‘Narrative Covid-19 from Wuhan to London’
Lois Elizabeth Innes, MA Architecture, ‘Closer to Home’
Mathilde Rougier, BA Fashion Design Womenswear, ‘Modular Augmented Capsule’
Sandra Poulson, BA Fashion Print, An Angolan Archive’
Yi Yin, MA Design (Ceramics), ‘Reinventing’
Today also marks the launch of YourNOVA, the ‘People’s Choice’ Award, which invites the public to cast their vote for their favourite piece of shortlisted work. The student who receives the most votes will be crowned the ‘YourNOVA’ winner for 2020. Shortlisted work can be viewed here and voting is open until Friday 4th September.
Jose Miguel Sokoloff, president of MullenLowe Group Global Creative Council and chief creative officer at MullenLowe Group UK, says: “In the face of some very real challenges this year, the students have created work that is a tribute to themselves and humanity. The shortlist is representative of this, and is testament to how these brilliant young minds will shape how we live in this ever-changing world. Now, with YourNOVA, it’s over to the public to vote for their favourite piece of work. I encourage each and every one of you to engage with the work for a vision of the future.”
For the first time, winners will be announced in an online ceremony on Thursday 10th September. The five awards include: one overall winner, two runners up, the Unilever #Unstereotype Award and the YourNOVA Award.
This article was originally published on LBBO