AboutContinuing the New Visions series of contemporary art exhibitions, British artist Jeremy Millar explores how events in history resonate with our experience of the present. In Given, the starting point is a journey from Folkestone to Papua New Guinea taken by the Polish-born anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski and the artist Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz in 1914. This exhibition uses objects, images and films to speculate on the ways our understandings of the present, and possibilities for the future are informed and misinformed by what has gone before.
Queen's House, South-West Parlour. Admission free.