These Waters Have Stories To Tell

These Waters Have Stories To Tell presents work from six international artists and is a reflection of their experience and relationship with oceanic waters. The work of Shiraz Bayjoo, Julia Davis and Sylvia Safdie originates from the shorelines of Tasmania, Cypress, and Mauritius, places that have been colonized, over fished and polluted. Jaanika Peerna, Alexander Duncan and artist-science collaborators Christian Sardet and The Macronauts explore oceanic bodies and beings as both phenomenon and habitat, to encourage us to witness the two interacting. The exhibition explores how oceans, their ecosystems and climates are affected by our actions. Curated by Celina Jeffrey An Ephemeral Coast exhibition http://www.ephemeralcoast.

10:00 to 17:00 Free parking on Sundays at Swansea High Street multi-story car park Free exhibition entry Private tours can be arranged for groups at a small cost, these charges are minimal and funds raised are invested into helping communities access visual arts

Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Alexandra Road, Swansea, Swansea, Swansea SA1 5DZ

Today to Sunday 11 Mar 2018


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