The University of Salford Art Collection is pleased to present three new photography projects which respond to the climate crisis, environmental issues, and sustainable living, for the LOOK Biennial 2022.
Duo McCoy Wynne share work from their residency at Energy House – the University’s world-leading research facility exploring energy efficiency at home. Artist and lecturer Megan Powell presents ongoing work around bees, pollinators and wildflowers – considering the importance of ecosystem habitats. Art Collection artist-in-residence Gwen Riley Jones shares images from her work with local youth groups, using plant-based methods and socially-engaged practice to address topics of nature and wellbeing.
Join us for a celebration event on Thursday 3rd November, from 4.30 – 6.30pm, at the New Adelphi Building, Salford – please RSVP to confirm your attendance here.
For further exhibition info and our events programme – including and online talk, wellbeing photo-walk, and exclusive tour of the Energy House research facilities – visit our LOOK Hub page here.
We’ll also be announcing an exciting new artist residency opportunity at the brand new Energy House 2 facility – join us on the launch to find out more!
LOOK Photo Biennial is led by Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool. The 2022 theme is climate – find out more about the Biennial and the wider programme here.