Boxer seeks to stimulate discussion and debate about other aspects of the sport's remarkable position in contemporary culture.
29 Jul – 10 Sep 1995
This exhibition focused on Uzo Egonu?s most recent series of paintings and prints entitled Past and Present in the Diaspora, produced between 1990 and 1992. These works continued his exploration of the relationship between painting and sculptural forms, and the fusion of western and non-western influences.
11 Oct – 14 Jun 1997
Drawing on the desire to be elsewhere, Exotic Excursions explores the relationship between the visitor and visited, the domestic and the exotic.
29 Mar – 21 Apr 1995
David Medalla's exhibition featured seven new versions of his biokinetic contructions of the sixties including the bubble machines and a monumental sand machine.
01 Jan – 14 Feb 1995
This exhibition used one of theorist/writer Frantz Fanon's key texts, Black Skin, White Masks, as a starting point for artists to respond to. Artists: Lyle Ashton Harris, Black Audio Film Collective, Sonia Boyce, Renée Green, Isaac Julien, Glenn Ligon, Marc Latamie, and Steve McQueen.
Artist Sonia Boyce, commissioned by the Institute, worked with Brighton Museum's collection of non-western art and ethnography in a 6-month residency.
28 Apr – 31 Jul 1995
This exhibition contested the idea that the British Museum and its ancient Egyptian artefacts are stagnant remnants of the past, disconnected from the present. Installed in the vast Egyptian Sculpture gallery, the works by twelve artists achieved a rare juxtaposition of ancient and contemporary art.
01 Dec – 26 Feb 1995
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