• Mariam Ghani. Still from A Brief History of Collapses (2011-12).

    Culture+Conflict

    Culture+Conflict is a not-for-profit agency focusing on art produced in, or in response to, conflict and post-conflict situations across the world.

    We aim to increase the involvement of the arts in conflict and post-conflict situations, to build greater understanding of their value, and to foster the exchange of knowledge and perspectives with other sectors. We believe the arts have a unique role in communicating the personal and political issues of conflict.

     
  • Copyright Bisan Abu Eisheh, 2017

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    Bisan Abu Eisheh – C+C artist in residence

    We are delighted to announce that Culture+Conflict has partnered with the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives and the Foyle Special…

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  • © Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, still from Quicksand, 2016

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    Promised Land Symposium – Short Summary

    Promised Land Symposium – Short Summary Central Saint Martins, London, 3 December, 2016 On 3 December 2016, C+C co-organised a…

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  • © Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, still from Promised Land, 2011

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    Michaela Crimmin – Performing Borders interview

    performingborders conversations on live art | crossings | europe Alessandra Cianetti: Michaela, you are the founder and co-director of Culture+Conflict,…

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  • Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, 'Quicksand', 2016

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    Promised Land new commission – now showing at Hull

    NIKOLAJ BENDIX SKYUM LARSEN’s ‘Quicksand’, co-commissioned by Culture+Conflict, is one of the works in the exhibition Somewhere Becoming Sea, from…

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  • New online publication available to download from the Culture+Conflict website

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    Art and Conflict – C+C Publication

      The online publication Art and Conflict is the result of a year-long research enquiry, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research…

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  • Exhibitions | Gasworks

    Exhibitions | Gasworks

    Filipa César & Louis Henderson: Op-Film: An Archaeology of Optics at Gasworks, London SE11, 27 April – 25 June 17. Work exploring ...

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  • Syria: A Conflict Explored opens at the Imperial War Museum, London SE1, this Wednesday 27 April, through to 3 September 2017. ...

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  • What's On | Gasworks

    What's On | Gasworks

    "There must be a connection between production and destruction" 6.30pm 28 April 2017, at Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1...

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