Your rights, your voice.

The camera has always been used to capture events, movements and provide freedom of speech. In today’s society the camera plays a pivotal role in provide a way of people sharing their voices, raising awareness and ensuring that people get heard by sharing news and view online, in the media and through social networking.

Following on from the summers acclaimed hit, Rights To Move, this exhibition of video installation shares the work of young artist Rosa Allocco. Having been the video artist on the production, Allocco’s work uses heritage of footage from Bristol Archives alongside recent relevant news stories regarding human rights.

This exhibition is part of Creative Youth Network’s involvement in the Journey to Justice programme of events taking place this October.


Details

When? 7th - 28th October

Where? The Station 

Time? 10am-4pm

How much? Free entry 

Should I book? No need to book, come in and enjoy the art

Open to all ages - Some of the content may be  of the films may be upsetting for those under 11 years old


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