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REVEAL: Fine Art

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Newcastle Campus and Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Refracted Panorama: Molecular Scenes from Beyond the Horizon

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Newcastle Campus

This year, the degree shows will take place on campus and at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. These are exhibitions for both the BA and MFA programmes.

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Northumbria City Campus sites: Northumbria University City Campus, Newcastle: Gallery North, Squires Cinema, Squires Annexe Project Space, Lipman Hub, Lipman TV Studio CAMPUS MAP

Launch Evening: 24 May 4.30-8pm (all sites)

 

If a panorama depicts an all-encompassing view across a landscape, what does a refracted panorama offer? 

Graduating artists from Northumbria University’s BA and MFA programmes suggest ways of seeing through and beyond the horizon of the human; views from elsewhere, broken sightlines, experiences that move across time and space from embodied knowledges that alter our ways of being. 

Refracted Panorama: molecular scenes from beyond the horizon celebrates an upcoming generation of artists, marking the ongoing collaboration between Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University. 

 

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