“The Xenophobia of Time?” is now open

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“The Xenophobia of Time?” opens daily from 10am to 7pm. Come to see works by Edwin Mingard, Nele Vos, Shao-Jie Lin and Ting-Ting Cheng!

VISITOR INFORMATION

30th May – 4th June 2017
Admission free.

Opening Hours:
Tue : 6pm-9pm
Wed to Sat : 10am-7pm
Sun : 10am-6pm
or by appointment (contact: yinghsuantai@gmail.com)

Getting Here:
Clerkenwell Gallery
20 Clerkenwell Green London EC1R 0DP
Nearest London Underground Station: Farringdon, Barbican and Old Street.

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Opening of “The Xenephobia of Time?”

Two weeks left!
‘The Xenophobia of Time’ is going to open on 30th May. It is an exhibition about migration, but it is something more than that. All the featured works talk about and ask all sorts of questions about the relationship between time and migration, between documents and identity and between affirmation and rejection. The exhibition look at a specific indeterminate future created by the process of waiting – waiting for entry into a country, visa and citizenship. In the meanwhile, the effect Post-Brexit will bring is also a topic that the show intends to raise concern on.

We look forward to seeing you all and welcoming you to experiencing this ‘journey to nowhere’.

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