Venues and contexts

Exchange Values: Images of Invisible Lives (1996 -2006)

NOW FESTIVAL, BONNINGTON GALLERY, NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND 10/1996 to 12/1996

UK PRESIDENCY PROJECT, BRIXTON GALLERY, LONDON, in collaboration with WINFA [Windward Islands Farmers Association].05/1998

THE ARENA, OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY for launch of Social Sculpture Research Unit, Oxford, England. 11/1998 to 02/1999

Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, WARWICK UNIVERSITY, ENGLAND. 07/1999 as part of conference ‘Women and the Millennium: Gender, Culture and Globalisation’. 1999

At three venues in the East of England [Peterborough, Norwich, Ipswich], including the PETERBOROUGH CITY ART GALLERY, linked to
the NGO Banana Link and funded by the Arts Council of England. 02/2000 to 07/2000

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL GALLERY, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – with support from the British Council, 04/2001 to 08/2001

JOHANNESBURG ART GALLERY, SOUTH AFRICA – to coincide with the 2002 World Summit for Sustainable Development, Johannesburg, South Africa. 08/2002 to 12/2002

INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SPACE – BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, in collaboration with cultural geographers from the University of Birmingham; Creative Partnerships, Banana Link and WINFA [Windward Islands Farmers Association]. 04/2004 to 07/2004

Exchange Values: on the table (2007 ongoing)

As part of the SOCIAL SCULPTURE TODAY exhibition [with Wochenklausur, George Steinmann, James Reed, Nicholas Stronczyk] for the Ursache Zukunft conference and exhibition, DORNACH, SWITZERLAND [6 months during 2007]

VOEGELE KULTURZENTRUM, ZURICH as part ‘Going Bananas’, international exhibition on the history of the global banana trade. 04-2011 to 08/2011

FRANS HALLS MUSEUM – DE HALLEN, HAARLEM, HOLLAND 27 Sept 2017 to 7 Jan 2018
As part of the exhibition ‘The Global Table’  curated by Abigail Winograd, Fellow in Transhistorical Curating with the Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Holland.

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Tel: UK (0)1865 484961. E-mail: Shelley Sacks ssacks@brookes.ac.uk


 
 
 
 
 

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