DescriptionGem Fletcher speaks to photographer and educator Martin Seeds as part of a three-part series in partnership with Seen Fifteen Gallery. The Troubles Generation - an ongoing curatorial project by Vivienne Gamble invites artists who grew up in Northern Ireland during The Troubles to shed new light on the impact of being brought up in an era of intense sectarian violence.
Originally from Belfast, Martin Seed’s practice is shaped by his relationship with his Northern Irish homeland. Personal narratives, the relationship to place, politics, conflict, sameness and difference, diaspora and myth are underlying themes that recur and interconnect in his work. He experiments with combinations of analogue and digital imaging technologies as a way to draw attention to the conflicting experiences of identity, history and culture.
|Period||4 Dec 2022|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
Documents & Links
No Country For Young Men: An exhibition that reflects upon the transition to adulthood during the period of conflict in Northern Ireland
Research output: Non-textual output › Exhibition
No Country For Young Men: Artist Publication that reflects upon the transition to adulthood during the period of conflict and unrest in Northern Ireland
Research output: Book/Report › Book - authored