In/visible Margins is an exhibition created within the Arts & Humanities Research Council International Network e-Voices: Redressing Marginality. A global network of academics and practitioners exploring the theme of marginalisation and how digital media can be used by marginalised groups to make their voices heard within and beyond the borders of their communities and promote social inclusion.
This exhibition is about Kenyan artists reflecting on marginality, representing marginalised groups and portraying human rights and social challenges. It was first displayed in the Shift-Eye Gallery in Nairobi Kenya and we are delighted to be able to welcome pieces of the original exhibition here at BU to launch the ‘UK: Creativity and Marginality Symposium’ on 5 December 2018.
Discover the biography of the New Forest and its people through maps chosen from the Christopher Tower Reference Library which illuminate the landscape, individuals and institutions that shaped the forest