Exhibitions

HOW DO WE LOOK? at the International 3

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STINA PUOTINEN, MEMENTO MORI, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.

HOW DO WE LOOK? at The International 3, Chapel Street, 20–24 March 2017, free entry - Visit now

Featuring artwork from students from University of Salford’s MA Art & Design; Contemporary Fine Art and Manchester Metropolitan University’s MA Collaborative Practice and MA Visual Culture, HOW DO WE LOOK? is an exhibition selected and curated by Lindsay Taylor (Art Curator, University of Salford), Paulette Terry Brien and Laurence Lane (Directors of The International 3). Taking Lucida, Suki Chan at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) as its starting point, this group show brings together a body of work that variously explores the distance between what we see and what we perceive – from the impact of social media on the construction and interpretation of identity to the layers of physical and virtual separation that technology allows.

Following the theme of the exhibition, CFCCA will display Entitled Space by Jonathan Whitter on its digital gallery for the duration of the group show (10am-10pm).

HOW DO WE LOOK? at The International 3, Chapel Street

20–24 March 2017
Free entry

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