Red, Amber, Green Britain' is an online exhibition of work produced by Helen Snell during her artist residency at the University of Exeter between September 2020 and March 2022. The artwork tracks her time on the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded project ‘Inequality, Identity and the Media in Brexit-Covid 19 Britain’ led by Katharine Tyler, an anthropologist at the University of Exeter.
Together with the project team of ethnographers and political scientists, they have been exploring how the inequalities associated with major societal changes, including Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic, have been covered by the media and experienced by different communities across the country. Through an on-line art exhibition, they examine how these inequalities can drive social and political polarisation, and why this is crucial to understand how British society will emerge in the future.
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9 September 2023 - 16:00
Exeter Phoenix - The Workshop, Exeter City Centre