LEX INJUSTA NON EST LEX
An Unjust Law is not a Law
11th - 24th March 2016
An exhibition of new visual artwork by Nifflagan
Freedom? What is Freedom? How do you define Freedom? How do we define Freedom? ‘Democracy’, ‘freedom’, and ‘respect for human rights’ are often used as if they were synonyms for each other, however by observing closely, you will understand that this exhibition will illustrate a growing concern amongst the United Kingdom populace that these topics are not easy things to define with 100% certainty. We have all heard of the famous maxim that ‘power tends to corrupt, and that absolute power corrupts absolutely’. This exhibition is not only targeting Tyrannical regimes, but also ‘democratic’ government, who, supposedly, ‘represent’the people. Here, you will see that democracy is not, in itself, an absolute guarantee either of freedom, or of respect for human rights, is it also not a sufficient condition for either of these desirable objectives. Previous events have made ‘the people’ realize Leading Political Parties are not to be trusted (not that they were ever to be trusted whole-heartedly). We have bombarded with news about politicians, named and shamed, public authority corruption etc. We are witnessing another era of ‘lobbyists’, ‘politricks’ and ‘sleazes’. One thing is clear from this, is that there is -
A Conflict of Visions
26th February - 4th March 2016
Artists: Beth Bull, Mafalda Fonseca, Low Zhao Hong, Amal Butt, Lui Alkaios Spyrou, Alicia Lau, Zoe Gascoyne, Rakhee Parmar, Laura Briginshaw, Constantinos Savva, Justyna Parchanska, Kristina Turanyiova, Carissa Odle, Ana Garcia Fernandez, Arak Farra, Zofia Latawiec, Jakub Bachna, Mari Martinez, Geneva, Lennon, Vanessa Kore, Joe Jammes, Fenchi Kava, Sophia Grin, Esther Matinez, Helen Mandley, Evinakat, Harry Abdullah, Emily Sommerfield, Black Boy Collective
A mid degree show from Middlesex 2nd year Fine Art students.
Islington Arts Factory Exhibition Archive
Please note that there may be changes to opening times at short notice due to staffing issues around Covid
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