Ângela Ferreira: Political Cameras
For her first solo exhibition in a public gallery in the UK, Ângela Ferreira presents her renowned project Political Cameras (For Mozambique series) alongside a new commission which will reference the legacy of David Livingstone’s life and work, and the relationship between Africa and Europe from colonial days to the present.
Although considered a sculptor, photography and film have become an integral part of Ferreira’s sculptural proposition since the early 1990s. By presenting sculptures alongside the reference images which inform them, Ferreira enables the viewer to devise their own meaning from within the two realms.
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Image: Ângela Ferreira Mount Mabu 2013. Stills Gallery 2013 Photography by Alan Dimmick
Slide show images. Images 1 - 4: Ângela Ferreira Political Cameras (for Mozambique series) 2011. Installation images, Stills, Scotland's Centre for Photography 2013. Loan courtesy The Walther Collection. All photography by Alan Dimmick Images 5 - 10 Ângela Ferreira Mount Mabu 2013. Installation images, Stills Scotland's Centre for Photography 2013. All photography by Alan Dimmick