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Gallery: Gallery I

Galleries

Gallery I


Twins Jane and Louise Wilson RA explore identity, immigration, demilitarised zones, contested borders, protest, ecological threat, landscape, installation and land art in Gallery I. The central video work – Miss DMZ by the Seoul-based collective Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries – was positioned early so that other works could be arranged in dialogue around it. In portraits by Eugene Palmer, William Marsden and the Ghanaian architect Arthur Timothy, duality, marginalised groups and split identities are explored. These sit alongside works by Hannah Starkey, Sarah Jones and Elizabeth Magill that reflect on the liminal zones of female identity.