This exhibition presents two single-screen installations, Ghost Story (2007) and Buried (2009)
Irish artist Willie Doherty is known for his video, film and photographic works, which relate directly to the complexities of living in a divided society and address more universal themes of landscape, memory and identity.
This exhibition presents two single-screen installations, Ghost Story (2007) and Buried (2009), which refer to the events of Bloody Sunday and question the relationship between time, place and memory. These are shown alongside photographic works selected with the artist.
Buried was commissioned by The Fruitmarket Gallery and purchased jointly with the Imperial War Museum assistance from the Art Fund.
The exhibition guide can be viewed online.