Madiha Aijaz at Nelson Library

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Madiha Aijaz, Liverpool Biennial Touring Programme 2019
Madiha Aijaz, These Silences Are All The Words (film still), 2017-2018. Image courtesy the artist

Madiha Aijaz at Nelson Library, Nelson, Lancashire 8 — 30 June 2019 Entrance is free

In-Situ presents film works by Madiha Aijaz in Nelson Library as part of the Liverpool Biennial touring programme. These Silences Are All the Words explores the public libraries of Karachi, Pakistan against the backdrop of the city’s changing landscape. Other works by Aijaz, shown at In-Situ’s new space in Brierfield, similarly offer a perspective on a country divided along linguistic lines.

Madiha Aijaz at Nelson Library, Nelson, Lancashire 8 — 30 June 2019 Entrance is free

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