Deluge: an exhibition featuring international artist Karen Ingham
  • Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard, Plymouth, PL1 3RP.

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A multi-partnered interdisciplinary research project and exhibition exploring the consequences of 'a deluge of globalisation'.

Friday 28 September 2018 between 18:00–21:00.

Please join us for the opening of Deluge, an exhibition featuring international artist Karen Ingham.

Deluge is an interdisciplinary project using photography, film, digital textiles and hybrid craft to interrogate materials and objects that allegorize how we’ve arrived at the Anthropocene.

The launch is at Ocean Studios, where drinks and snacks will be served. There will be an opportunity to meet the artist and grab a copy of the exhibition catalogue.

Professor Karen Ingham is an internationally exhibited and published interdisciplinary artist. She is an Honorary Fellow at Swansea University and Honorary Interdisciplinary Research Fellow at Swansea College of Art UWTSD.
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