New Beginnings, Alanah Sarginson

I wanted to capture the disorientation, as well as the excitement, that comes with entering new environments, and the (largely unconscious) growth that comes with doing so. I’m a completely different person to when I first joined LSE, and I feel like the changes that I’ve gone through only really make sense in retrospect. Collaging motifs around growth and utilising the simple cream-blue contrast allowed me to play around with what entering new environments and states of being means to me.

Overall, my message is that it’s okay to be as equally excited as you are confused at the start of university; both can happily, albeit messily, exist at the same time. For me, it’s always been about taking the time to cherish the beauty of these emotions and experiences.

By Alanah Sarginson

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