Installation photos of In The Name Of
At the DLI in Durham in July 2013 to accompany the exhibition by Sigune Hamann for the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels to Durham.
In Sigune Hamann’s work there are references throughout to journeys of all kinds: to those who come together because of shared ideals; to tourism and how we look at sights when we travel; to the need for movement, alone or together, which is a human instinct; to the shared gestures we make as we arrive and depart.
Installation photos below. See also the catalogue essay by Gill Hedley. Gill is an independent curator, writer and consultant on contemporary visual arts.
Distant view of the DLI Museum