— 2020.04.09

Julian Germain: Extraordinary experiences, loaded with uncertainty

Germain retraced the steps of Nathaniel Wells from his now derelict estate at Piercefield House to his birthplace in the West Indies. The images reflect upon the sugar industry, slavery and colonialism and consider the ongoing significance of the historical links between the two locations, as well as how today’s social and economic landscape continues to necessitate migration and how this movement of people manifests in Wales.

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— 2020.03.10

Biography, Cécile Bourne-Farrell

Based in London since September 2013, Cécile Bourne-Farrell is a curator and advisor for public and private structures. She has excellent connections in the field of contemporary art, she is fluent in English and Spanish, and has a good understanding of German and Italian. Advisor for AIC in 2004, in AIA 2006 and from Oct. […]

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