The final year show provides an exciting opportunity to exhibition our work in a gallery environment alongside a range of diverse art works created by our peers. This opportunity is also valuable because it helps us to gain experience working in a professional setting and an understanding of the considerations involved. However it also provides challenges due to the variety of art works and limitations of space and facilities. This will mean that we will have to work closely with gallery and art department staff to ensure that all our work is presented in the most effective way possible in a group setting. One of my first considerations for how I wanted my work displayed in the group show is exactly what piece I want to show and how this will fit in with the rest of the exhibition. My concept for my final piece is currently a large scale textile-based sculpture with a video projection behind. There is no obvious way to divide my work between the gallery and my other space because the different elements of the piece are all components of a single instillation, however I am currently planning to display the video instillation separately in the gallery and then again as a composite element of the instillation. I think this could be particularly effective because the film projection will be obscured and distorted when viewed as part of the instillation, however in the gallery the video can be viewed in its completeness, giving the viewer two different perspectives on it. Technical considerations will now be key as I will have to request a darkened space to project in. I want the film instillation to have a disorientating and slightly disconcerting feel so a sense of enclosure would also be useful. Sound is also an element of the work so it is important that my work is not placed near any other video instillations using sound that might lessen the impact of my piece.