Curated by Christine Eyene, Residual: Traces of the Black Body responds to the theme of FORMAT FESTIVAL 2015: Evidence, and aims to take on a dialectical approach to the notion of photographic evidence through engaging with the dual positioning of discourse and counter-discourse in the field of black visual representation. Alongside the exhibition is planned a public programme consisting […]

An exhibition exploring notions of rhythm through visual arts, poetry, sound, music and dance. With Larry Achiampong, Younès Baba-Ali, Julien Bayle, John Cage, Ayoka Chenzira, Em’Kal Eyongakpa, Jon Hopkins, Langston Hughes, Evan Ifekoya, Zak Ové, Michel Paysant, Anna Raimondo, Robin Rhode, David Shrigley and William Titley. Curated by Christine Eyene.

Showing an exhibition at the Harris Museum and Gallery of the work of The 2017 Turner Prize winner Preston-based artist and researcher at Making Histories Visible Professor Lubaina Himid MBE. The Harris has had a long relationship with Lubaina, showing her work on a number of occasions including most recently Moments that Matter in 2012. This […]

Our new research base, alongside our friends at In Certain Places, opens on the Preston UCLan campus this Thursday at 1pm-4pm, all welcome. The MHV entrance is behind 53 degrees on Victoria Street. Come along to celebrate the opening of our new base and to find out more about what we do, view the archives […]