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Digital media and art connecting with race, migration and global justice
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forthcoming event: 90 Degree Citizen art exhibition launch  10th October 2013

read this article (CLICK HERE) as an introduction to virtual migrants and the EXHALE project

     

90 DEGREE CITIZEN
visual art exhibition at the Manchester Museum
Six artists explore the broken line between homeland and destination.  In partnership with Street Level Photoworks (Glasgow).  Part of Platforma national refugee arts festival 2013.
plus performance, music and discussion events
 
     
  THE CENTRE CANNOT HOLD
climate change, imperialism and migration
 
2013: Buy This (v3) art-video (Toronto, Canada & London, UK)
2012: Crude Killings: climate, race, poverty (Manchester UK)
2012: Running Order + Buy This v3 (Manchester, UK)
2011: Un-Earth + Buy This (v3) at Platforma (London, UK)

2010: Climate Justice, Science, Refugees (Manchester, UK)
2009: "Buy This" installation at The Arnolfini (Bristol, UK)

     

GMIAU and ASHA collaborations
exhibition at Z-arts June 2013 of two new works "Committed To Represent" with Gtr Manchester Immigration Aid Unit, and "Refusing The Refused" with Asylum Support Housing Advice
(Manchester, UK)

     

publication:  EXHALE  - 5 years of video, music and electronic art engaging with asylum and migration in a new world order.  Box-set of DVD, music-CD + two booklets.
PLUS live events incl. exhibiting at
SIGGRAPH 07 (USA)


 

PASSENGER  - live events incl. film screenings, multimedia performances and live music (from 2007). 
Latest event:
Re-Presenting Refugees 30th Oct 2013 at Manchester Museum.


THE NEXT BREATH
collaborations with migrant stories, artists and people from
Glasgow to Plymouth through video and music

 

TERMINAL FRONTIERS
deportation, terror, and murder by paper
:
digital art exploring asylum and global manipulation
exhibition
  -  TOUR  -  What If I'm Not Real

WE ARE HERE ... BECAUSE YOU WERE THERE
  an
educational CD-ROM
 
about immigration and asylum in the UK

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LOCAL/STRANGER
interactive artwork by Keith Piper
and other NEW WORK and COLLABORATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

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