Belfast Exposed highlights the work of Ulster University graduates in two parallel exhibitions: ‘Anthropology’ and ‘Human Condition’ are on show from September 3 to October 24, 2020.
The presentation ‘Anthropology’ investigates the meaning of home, gender, and community from perspectives that are both deeply personal and universally human. The represented photographers are Alan Wilkinson, Aoife Herrity, David Copeland, Kerstin Maria Lehmann, Lucy Jarvis, Michelle Moloney, Sam Hadfield, Samantha Obman, Tamas B. Kovacs, and Xanthe Hutchinson.
In ‘Human Condition’, the selected artists explore a broad range of themes spanning from water quality to the fluidity of gender roles. The exhibition features works by Aimee Somerville, Charlotte Crawford, Chloe McCord, Delvna Cunning, Euan McCleary, Grace Pritchard, Joanna Penney, Lauren McBride, Lauren McNeice, Maisie Buchanan, Margaret Cooke, Matthew McCracken, Max Le Feuvre, Mollie Young, Radek Wyjadlowski, and Savannah Bracewell.
The two showcases are accompanied by a series of artist talks on topics such as racism, human rights and identity.
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