SEEN AND UNSEEN: Women of colour exploring Representation (Exhibition)

Reconnecting Arts is pleased to announce our next exhibition exploring Representation.

SEEN AND UNSEEN

The show features work from nine female artists of colour, based both in the UK and internationally, exploring thoughts, ideas and experiences on the theme of representation.

It is undeniable that people of colour and women in general are underrepresented in the media and society’s consciousness at large. While women of colour are increasingly represented in the gallery space, there are still many cases of misrepresentation and underrepresentation. They are Seen and Unseen.

Through mixed media, photography, film and installation, this show brings together a diverse breadth of artists from various backgrounds; engaging in dialogue on how they have been represented and how they would like to be represented. This show presents the complexities of identity, the ways in which collective and individual voices are merged and where an individual often finds themselves a spokesperson for an entire community, not just thinking and expressing for themselves.

Presenting:

Sara Foryame, Amy Dean, Mariel No, Nasreen Jamal Al Lail, Sara Choudhrey, Binita Walia, Saffa Khan, Olivia Twist and Sara Qaed.

Curated by Sara Foryame & Co curated by Amy Dean.

Header Image by Saffa Khan.

DATES

Open from 17th April -28th April

27th April – Closing Event – 5:00pm-7:00pm

VENUE

Hanover Building
University of Central Lancashire
Preston, PR1 2HE

(Second building to the right of the Media Factory)

The space, run by a steering group comprising Fine Art lecturers, is open to members of the public, staff and students from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday.

CATALOGUE

An online catalogue has been produced alongside physical copies at the gallery.

VIEW HERE

Supported by Contemporary Arts Development Group.

See you there and more info to come soon!

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