14 Sep - 14 Oct 2020
“Imagine otherwise. Remake the world. Some of us have never had any other choice” - Christina Sharpe
Life as we know it has been brought to a standstill by a global pandemic; all political and social realities are under siege.
‘Life, interrupted’ brings together a selection of artists who have investigated this subject matter as uncertainty permeates through our lives. Coronavirus exposed and exacerbated dysfunctions and inequalities within the global systems that govern our lives. Works displayed in this exhibition use art as a form of resistance and a way of imagining new futures. What is deemed impossible, has now emerged into the forefront of our political and social imagination.
Meet the Curator
Tugba Tirpan is a Londan based artist-curator working across a range of artistic mediums including photography, video, performance and installation. Tugba's work often explores complex subject matters ranging from identity to mental health and their intersections with socio-political and economic system(s). She often employs conceptual ways of working to challenge and expose; power structures, hegemonic ideologies and binaries.
Digital Exhibition Designed by Deshé M. Gully