Belfast exhibition about Victims Survivors of the Northern Conflict: AFTERMATH. Exchange Space. Opening: Thursday 5 December from 7 pm to 9 pm. Exhibition continues until 20 December.
Belfast Exposed. Aftermath sets out to explore hidden histories, unresolved antagonisms, and personal hopes and dreams. The project brings together people directly affected by trauma to share their experiences through photography, film and music. Filmmaker and Aftermath Director Laurence McKeown, artist Anthony Haughey and Composer Elaine Agnew have worked closely with victims/survivors of the northern conflict, asylum seekers, refugees and people displaced by conflict. Click Here for more information.
Belfast Exposed, 23 Donegall Street, Belfast, BT1 2FF. http://www.belfastexposed.org/
Belfast Exposed About: Belfast Exposed is Northern Ireland’s principal gallery of contemporary photography, commissioning, publishing and showing work by artists and photographers from Northern Ireland and across the world. Founded in 1983 by a group of local photographers as a challenge to media representation of the city’s experience of conflict, our work continues to reflect a socially engaged ethos, while responding to contemporary currents in photography and politics further afield.
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