23sep(sep 23)12:00 pm(sep 23)12:00 pmNational Identity Projectexhibition & workshop12:00 pm - 6:00 pm St Saviours Hall, St Saviours Hall, 41 Lambhay Hill, Plymouth PL1 2NWArea:Barbican,The HoeEvent Type:Something to see,Something to do
The National Identity Project explores how national identity affects people’s lives. The project toured the South West in the form of the Camper Obscura, a campervan that acted as the
The National Identity Project explores how national identity affects people’s lives. The project toured the South West in the form of the Camper Obscura, a campervan that acted as the space for taking portraits and collecting stories. Artist Monika Fischbein’s practice explores the many forms of identity and narrative construction with research investigating the lyrical self in image making, incorporating national identity and its manifestation within the medium. After embarking on this journey 3 years ago by exploring her own national identity, she has expanded her project in association with Fotonow CIC with the desire to discover the stories and faces by creating an authentic dialogue with communities around this topic. The project is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Exhibition Times 22/09, 6- 9pm. 23/09 12- 6pm. 24/09 12- 4pm
23.09.17, 4-6pm: The workshop involves participants in a discussion, which addresses how do people’s national identity affect their lives and how does this impact on their overall identity? The workshop responds to particular needs of the changing face of modern culture. It poses the question and challenges the notion of the importance of this matter. It is a free event, just turn up!
(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Artist(s) or Organiser(s) names
Monika Fischbein & Fotonow CIC