I spent some time wandering around, and took some photos of work, if possible with the student in front of their work. However, I did take a few photos, when the creator was not around. Later in the show, one of the students asked someone not to take photos of her work. I can understand sensitivities about plagiarism when it is student's own work and especially final degree work, but there were no labels that I saw, stating "no photography". I know that once work is in photo form, it is the photographer who owns the copyright, so I can understand students not wanting their work photographed, but how else do people like me get the chance to really reflect on the work and do the analysis (with absolutely no intention of plagiarising the work)? And how else do you get free publicity? I don't have all the answers here.
Davina Thomas with her glass "Shipping Forecast"