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Click here to view part two of the exhibition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09w4kom9c-w is proud to be hosting ‘The Vanishing Act’, a solo exhibition of new paintings by artist Jaye Ho. The Vanishing Act is a powerful body of work that addresses war crimes, focusing on the plight of ‘Comfort Women’ in Japanese-occupied WW2 countries and sexual violence survivors seeking justice. Ho paints victims and their remains, survivors and perpetrators. She censors/protects/condemns these images with a mask of prisms, geometric shapes or…
Join us aboard the Barge this Autumn and investigate Art in Nature as part of Nature2020 programme. community artist Sally Bourner will facilitate a relaxed and creative afternoon for children aged 6-11 years. Through creative activities we will explore our local living coast; stones, shells and seaweed will all become tools to make marks and create art. Please wear clothes that can get messy. Please let us know if you or your child has any access requirements that we need…
The Vanishing Act is first 2020 online exhibition with an accompanying window display. We invite you to join us online where we’ll be hosting a conversation with artist Jaye Ho, with BSL interpretation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vbLEOWIA6Q This brilliant exhibition includes a series of portraits of war criminals and piles of skulls from genocide victims. The Vanishing Act is a powerful body of work that addresses war crimes, focusing on the plight of ‘Comfort Women’ in Japanese-occupied WW2 countries and sexual violence…
Join Jaye Ho for an online panel discussion exploring the relationship between art and conflict. This event is a part of The Vanishing Act exhibition by artist and human rights policy adviser Jaye Ho. Panel speakers include artist and former mental health campaigner Dr Errol Francis, award winning Iranian animator Majid Adin, and transitional justice expert Hernando Cáceres. Content note: Death, Violence About the Speakers Jaye Ho (b. England) is an identical twin, born in Oxford to Singaporean and Malaysian…
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