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Exploring defiance and self-discovery
A SHOW of video exhibits which explores defiance and self-discovery is taking place at Salisbury Arts Centre.
Guest curator Guli Silberstein has brought together a collection of four films which use a range of digital production techniques.
Silberstein’s own work, Disturbance, is joined by Liron Kroll’s High Expectations, Jean-Gabriel Periot’s The Devil and My Wonderland by Kate Rowles.
Themes of the films include Middle Eastern protests, the ill treatment of African Americans and the oppression of women.
Alongside the exhibition is a reading area with books on the themes of heroism, resistance and power, which guests can read while lounging on beanbags.
Families can also use the creativity area to recreate video techniques and effects from the films on paper, which can be hung on a wall of fame, with the best entry receiving a prize.
The Freedom of Others is on at Salisbury Arts Centre until March 3.