Our Laughter Will Drown Your Sorrows is immediately mysterious, it is darker than a typical art exhibition, owing perhaps to the science and photography roots that many of the students share. The combination of the three MA subjects makes for a particularly intelligent and compelling exhibition, where socially-constructed artwork seems to be a dominating theme. The walls, floors and ceiling are richly crammed with monitors, sculptures, paintings, installations, photographs and projections. Performers can be found throughout; one carves away all evening at a concrete block, clutched between his bare feet, another lies corpse-like under latex, their head buried in a small-scale, woollen house. Every inch has been wonderfully curated, and the exhibiting students are justifiably proud. I caught up with a few of the students at the exhibition’s private view to discuss the work on show.