Friday 9th February, 3.00pm
Fore Hall, Main Building, University of Glasgow
Marcelo Brodsky is a conceptual artist and Human Rights activist who uses photography to intervene in the ongoing debate about Argentina’s Dirty War (1976-1983). Framed by trauma and its theory his visual essays engage critically with an international network of memory projects.
Everyone is welcome and there is no need to register. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served following the talk.
Organised by Street Level Photoworks in collaboration with GRAMNet and the PGT Human Rights Practitioner Series.
Saturday 10th February, 3-4pm.
Street Level Photoworks
Walk and Talk with Marcelo Brodsky on his exhibition '1968: The Fire of Ideas'
More Information on the Exhibition: 1968: The Fire of Ideas
Images: © Marcelo Brodsky