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More in Common APT, Gallery London, September 2018



Deborah Gardner Jane Millar

Harriet Tarlo Judith Tucker

Louise K. Wilson Paul Wilson

In a new post Brexit national landscape, questions regarding communal and societal belonging and identity are brought sharply into focus within a divided, tumultuous political geography.


In a new post Brexit national landscape, questions regarding communal and societal belonging and identity are brought sharply into focus within a divided, tumultuous political geography.

More In Common brings together four projects, either ongoing or recently undertaken, involving five visual artists and a poet in various parts of the UK, from Cumbria to Yorkshire, from Lincolnshire to London.  They respond to political and cultural spaces, systems of language and communication and places of work, study and restoration.  The intention is to gather aspects of these projects together in a collective dialogue to stimulate multivalent considerations as to how societal spaces, aspirations and behaviours co/operate

More In Common brings together four projects, either ongoing or recently undertaken, involving five visual artists and a poet in various parts of the UK, from Cumbria to Yorkshire, from Lincolnshire to London.  They respond to political and cultural spaces, systems of language and communication and places of work, study and restoration.  The intention is to gather aspects of these projects together in a collective dialogue to stimulate multivalent considerations as to how societal spaces, aspirations and behaviours co/operate













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