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Altered Landscapes Symposium

21 May 2016

Event times

Symposium 2-6pm, optional screening 6:30-7:30

Cost of entry

£5

Watermans

Brentford, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Bus 65, 237, 267, and N9 all stop outside Watermans
  • Tube: South Ealing (Piccadilly) and Gunnersbury (District) at about 1 mile (Zone 3)
  • Train: Kew Bridge & Brentford (trains from Waterloo and Hounslow) are a 10 minute walk

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The symposium will explore issues of displacement and migration, exploring how art can catalyse debate around human rights and create a dialogue around these issues. Speakers include: May Abdalla, Juan delGado, Michaela Crimmin, Áine O’Brien and Saphia Crowther.

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The symposium will explore issues of displacement and migration, exploring how art can catalyse debate around human rights and create a dialogue around these issues. Speakers include international artists May Abdalla and Juan delGado, curator and Co-Director of Culture+Conflict, Michaela Crimmin and Áine O’Brien, Co-Director of Counterpoint Arts. The symposium will be chaired by Saphia Crowther, editor at Amnesty International. 

The symposium is part of the Altered Landscapes exhibition programme. Altered Landscapes is a multimedia installation by Juan delGado, currently in exhibition at Watermans until 5 June. The event will be followed by a screening of Syrian short films in partnership with Bidayyat for Audiovisual Arts.

Curators

Abigail Addison

Irini Papadimitriou

Juan delGado

Exhibiting artists

Juan delGado

May Abdalla

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