New Exhibition on Display at the Woolf Institute
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new photographic exhibition at the Woolf Institute. The exhibition consists of a series of images which have been chosen by our team of researchers to represent their respective projects. Across a series of twenty two fascinating images the exhibition provides a glimpse into how the researchers perceive their own work. Rather than through writing, this exhibition allows the Woolf Institute’s researchers (past and present) to convey their work through images; sometimes, a medium as powerful as words. The in-house exhibition will remain on display until the end of the year.
Contributors include: Dr Esther-Miriam Wagner, Dr Mohamed Ahmed, Dunya Habash, Dr Julian Hargreaves, Dr Katherine O’Lone, Dr Merav Rosenfeld-Hadad, Jessica Tearney-Pearce, Dr Rodrigo Garcia-Velasco Bernal, Dr John Mueller, Amin El-Yousfi, Dr Jan-Jonathan Bock, Dr Sami Everett, Dr John Fahy, Dr Lea Taragin-Zeller, Chris Cooper-Davies, Sam Victor, Dr Patrick Nash, Dr Emma Harris, Dr Tobias Muller and founder director, Dr Ed Kessler.
Featured image: An ancient Egyptian unit of measurement. Chosen by Dr Katherine O’Lone to represent the Measures of Success project.
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