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Experience the powerful creations of 80 emerging Black artists to climate change in an immersive exhibition, created as part of the career acceleration programme REFRAME, created by The Southbank Centre and Apple, and hosted in the West Midlands by STEAMhouse.
Combining film, photography, music and sound design, this audio-visual installation offers a unique perspective on the climate emergency, grounded in the cultural backgrounds of our artists.
Through stunning visuals and soundscapes presented in a new exhibition space at the Southbank Centre, it reflects on the urgent need for collective action.
Reframe: The Residency Exhibition is a collaborative body of work by artists from Manchester, Birmingham and London, each facing the impact of climate change in different ways.
The exhibition consists of 13 works by collectives of artists from the three regions.
Responding to their familial heritage and backgrounds from the African continent and the Caribbean, to the inner city urban landscapes of Britain, our artists offer a profound response to an emergency that disproportionately impacts on global majority communities.
This special exhibition is being held in the Undercroft Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hall in The Southbank Centre, London.
You can come and visit between 19 July and 27 August 2023.
Tickets are free, but you do need to book a ticket and a timeslot to visit.
You can come and show your support by booking your place here.