Belfast Exposed

Exhibitions

4th Jan - 27th Feb

Street View: Tristan Poyser

Belfast Exposed is delighted to present Street View: Tristan Poyser which features two projects - The Invisible In-between: ...

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5th Nov - 30th Nov

Street View: Jill Quigley

Belfast Exposed is delighted to launch ‘Street View’ on Thursday 5th November - a digital gallery space of curated exhibi...

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Community

12th Nov - 10th Jun

Young Futures 2020/21

The ‘Young Futures’ programme, funded by Children in Need & Foyle Foundation, focuses on growing the next generation ...

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17th Jan - 5th Feb

Ballybeen Women’s Centre

Belfast Exposed has been engaging with a group of older women from Ballybeen Women’s Centre on a photography project reflec...

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Border Country

Bookshop

Author

Melanie Friend

Publisher

Belfast Exposed Photography and The Winchester Gallery

Cost

£10.00

ISBN

978-0-9524217-9-5

About The Book

"BorderCountry is a rare invitation to reflect on the Immigration Removal Centre (IRC) and the paradoxical position of the immigration detainee. Detention is an increasingly normalised aspect of international immigration systems and its use has expanded within British immigration policy over recent years. As a tactic of control, detention combines multiple aims of surveillance, "protection" and deterrences; in essence, it seeks to contain and manage a population which has been designated problematic. While the ongoing growth of immigration confinement is noteworthy, it is certainly nothing new."

- Alex Hall