POSITIONS OF POWER – An exploration into who/what holds power today.

On the weekend of the 23rd - 25th March 2018, Disparity Collective will host three events to coincide with the opening of their latest exhibition Positions of Power in Liverpool's Tapestry Gallery. 

Friday 23rd March from 6pm
Exhibition preview with drinks available

Saturday 24th March at 2pm
Exhibition tour with Manchester Art Gallery Curator, Kate Jesson

Sunday 25th March at 2pm
Disparity Collective Q&A


Positions of Power, is an exhibition from Disparity Collective who are currently partaking in Lightbox 2017/18. Redeye’s Lightbox is an intensive year-long course, which launches the careers of professional photographers through workshops, networking sessions and support from experts in the photography industry. The programme is designed to challenge assumptions, encourage reflection and nurture artistic potential, with collaboration at its core. Each group receives mentoring support and guidance from individual experts. Disparity Collectives assigned mentor is Kate Jesson, Curator at Manchester City Art Gallery.

Positions of Power is an exhibition based around themes of power. The exhibition is designed to present the images in a thematic sequence that are set to challenge the conformities of power and where it stands today. Framing interpretations from seven North West visual artists, the exhibition will develop an understanding of each individual photographers take on different forms of power.

Disparity Collective is formed of seven photographers; Keeley Bentley, Drew Forsyth, Claire Griffiths, Mark Hobbs, Jamal Jameel, Abbie Jennings and Conrad Ohnuki.
For more information on the the exhibiting artists or the Lightbox Course check out our meet the artists blog here.


The exhibition will continue until Wednesday 28th March and will be open daily from 11am - 4pm. 

LOCATION: Tapestry Gallery 68-76 Kempston St, Liverpool L3 8ET 


Photo Credit: Abbie Jennings

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