Archiving Place & Time: Contemporary Art Practice in Northern Ireland since the Belfast AgreementWolverhampton Art Gallery
19 June 2010 - 4 December 2010
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It is now just over a decade since the historic Belfast/Good Friday Agreement was signed, bringing an end to some thirty years of bitter conflict in Northern Ireland. The 1998 Agreement has brought significant changes not just for people's everyday lives but for their awareness of the past and their hopes for the future.
Archiving Place & Time reveals how a new generation of artists from Northern Ireland have responded to this changed situation. It includes photographs, installations and drawings that engage with history, memory and archival material, as well as issues around urban regeneration and the reconstruction of identities in post-conflict society.
Archiving Place & Time has been developed by Millennium Court Arts Centre, Craigavon, and Manchester Metropolitan University in association with Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
An education pack and exhibition catalogue accompanies this exhibition. The education pack is available for download below...
|Archiving Place & Time - Education Pack|
Buy the hardback exhibition catalogue for £7.50 online here>>