As part of its Contemporary Arts Programme, the museum is showing work by the Belfast-born Donovan Wylie – a photographer concerned with the impact modern military interventions (primarily surveillance structures) have on the physical landscape as well as the people that live on it. Hovering between art and documentary, his work offers a unique insight into conflicts around the world, and his images offer a perspective from locations including British watchtowers in Northern Ireland to a radar station in the Canadian arctic.
|Venue name:||Imperial War Museum||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-6pm (last admission 5.30pm)|
|Transport:||Tube: Lambeth North|