‘Subveillance: 50 years of the University of Bradford from below’

Exhibition has now closed, details below.

“The exhibition focuses on the alternative and counter-cultural activity in and around University of Bradford over the course of half a century where art has been a means to surveil and speak back to institutions of power whilst creating grassroots networks of mutual support and security.”

Subveillance: 50 years of the University of Bradford from Below is curated by Helen Kaplinsky and is part of University of Bradford’s arts programme developing a Centre for Socially Applied Arts supported by Arts Council England, and anniversary programme marking 50 years since the University established its charter.

The exhibition included objects from the Peace Museum’s collection that are not usually on display.

Standard opening hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 5pm, Thursdays until 6pm. Or by appointment: contact gallery@bradford.ac.uk. Gallery II is based at the University of Bradford, in the Chesham Building B (Engineering and Informatics) right next to the cafe at the entrance to the building).

 

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