Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning
Video (4:05): ‘The exhibition Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning which spans Turner Contemporary’s first-floor galleries, is Pollard’s first major survey and examines her substantial contribution to British art. Her work explores how images and identity are constructed, especially in representations of history and the landscape, working with film, photography, installation and sound.’ – Turner Contemporary Exhibition Video (2022)
About Ingrid Pollard and the Exhibtion
‘Guyanese-born British artist and photographer Ingrid Pollard‘s Turner Prize-nominated exhibition Carbon Slowly Turning is being exhibited at the gallery this summer (9 July – 25 September 2022). Created In partnership with MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, this is the first exhibition to fully explore Pollard’s experimental works, from the 1980’s to the present day. Ingrid Pollard is a British artist and photographer. Her work uses portraiture photography and traditional landscape imagery to explore social constructs such as Britishness or racial difference. Pollard is associated with Autograph, the Association of Black Photographers. She lives and works in London.’ – Turner Contemporary, UK.
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