Duncan Higgins

Painting and unloud
United Kingdom °1963
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unloud asks how the ‘image’ and the act of ‘making images combined with ‘where the image performs can offer ways to question, negotiate, communicate or describe moments of erasure or remembering in direct reference to cultural narratives of violence, faith and place.

The research aligns itself with unfolding dialogues that are exploring how to (re) integrate images, actions and words through art into historically active critical conversations concerning the representation of our transnational histories, cultural heritage and the negotiation of how we construct cultural memory for others today.


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