Representation in United Kingdom


Diplomatic moves

spouses in context a photographic project with Christine Bory photographer

a portrait
a statement
a list of countries

14/06/2017 - 10:00 - 30/06/2017 - 18:00

Being the spouse of a diplomat is a challenging status. Today women and men share the same ambitions, opportunities and dreams. What does it take to be the follower in a diplomat partner’s life?

Making portraits of diplomats' spouses in a context they have chosen for its meaningfulness, I asked them to give their definition of what it’s like to be involved in a lifestyle that has so many aspects, and share the list of countries to which they have been sent.

I invite the viewer to look beyond the stereotype, and open up to another vision of the diplomatic spouse.

Includes the participation of the ambassador's spouses posted in London from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechia, Denmark, Greece Ireland, Italy Poland Slovakia, Slovenia and others.

jackie burke

CIT Crawford College of Art & Design (Cork)

An exhibition representing emerging contemporary artists from Ireland, curated from CIT Crawford College of Art & Design (Cork) 2016 MA in Art & Process graduates.

17/05/2017 - 10:00 - 26/05/2017 - 18:00

The concept of process is understood in a variety of ways: as material exploration and the engagement with medium and technique; as theoretical investigation and systems of enquiry without resolved or object-based endpoints; as innovative models of art distribution, including the possibilities of working outside traditional sites of art production and reception. Process also refers to the progression each student achieves over the course of the MA, which involves the observation, critique, deconstruction, documentation and rebuilding of individual practice.


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