This Leeds University exhibition is a fine art show with a difference

stamp on it, eat it, lick it, kick it: these are the instructions for visitors to the University of Leeds' BA Fine Art degree show.

Monday, 11th June 2018, 4:52 pm
Updated Tuesday, 19th June 2018, 11:33 am
Kirsten Sinclair is silhouetted as she stands behind a work titled Residual Opacity by artist Elsa Buck, that forms part of Squeeze, the Fine Art Degree Show 2018 at the University of Leeds. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday June 8, 2018. Running until June 23rd Squeeze brings together the work of 58 artists. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

The show, called SQUEEZE, showcases art created by 58 students, and is a celebration of the playful side of art where visitors are encouraged to interact with the displays.

Fine Art student Sophie Bullen, 23, said: “This year we’ve got a group of very ambitious, experimental artists.

“One thing that was really important was the ethos of the show being fun and playful. We wanted to occupy the whole building and make it seem like the show was everywhere.

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“It’s been really well received, and we’ve had some great feedback.”

The show will run until Saturday, June 23, and is open every day from 11am-6pm at the School of Fine Art, History of Art, and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds.