Report on Bhopal to Bridgehampton Disaster Tourism Performance at Roehampton University

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Photos from the performance

BMA3-484x367Back at the start of May, over three evenings, drama students from the University of Roehampton performed their interpretation of an experimental photo essay by senior lecturer Paul Antick. On the final night the performance was followed by a panel discussion, on the politics of disaster representation, accompanied by the first public showing of Francesca Moore’s Arts Council funded photography project #Bhopalfacing30.

Francesca Moore reports on the evening in her blog: #Bhopalfacing30









 

 

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