Exhibition

Power Structures

5 Jun 2021 – 6 Jun 2021

Regular hours

Sat, 05 Jun
11:00 – 18:00
Sun, 06 Jun
11:00 – 18:00

Free admission

Many Studios

Glasgow
Scotland, United Kingdom

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Photographic exhibition exploring how socioeconomic power structures are represented within the built environment, curated by Francisco Ibáñez Hantke and Luke O'Donovan as part of Architecture Fringe

About

Power Structures is a new photographic exhibition curated by Francisco Ibáñez Hantke and Luke O’Donovan, which focuses on the ways in which socioeconomic and political structures shape the built environment.

The exhibition features both emerging and established artists from around the world, whose work draws upon the changing power dynamics within global society, and the systems that must be learnt and unlearned to build a more sustainable future. Together the works provide an international perspective on some of the defining issues of our time, and the role that architecture and infrastructure can play in forming new power structures.

Featuring work by Catherine Hyland, Cristobal Palma, Finbarr Fallon, Francisco Ibáñez Hantke, Hagit Keysar, Hashem Shakeri, Jana Sophia Nolle, Marcos Zegers, Noelle Mason, Tim Crocker & Tom Hegen.

Entry is free for all and advance booking is not required, though signing up on the Eventbrite page does help us to keep track of numbers. If you or your practice/organisation would like to organise a private tour, then please get in touch via contact@lukeodonovan.co.uk. For more information and updates please check the Power Structures website. (www.powerstructur.es)

Power Structures is supported by Image Print Centre.

Curators

Francisco Ibáñez Hantke

Luke O'Donovan

Exhibiting artists

Catherine Hyland

Francisco Ibáñez Hantke

Noelle Mason

Luke O'Donovan

Cristobal Palma

Finbarr Fallon

Tim Crocker

Hagit Keysar

Hashem Shakeri

Tom Hegen

Jana Sophia Nolle

Marcos Zegers

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