Visual Arts Exhibition and ARTtalk: “UnEqual Scenes” with Johnny Miller

Featuring a narrated tour of the exhibition in Gallery B and a pre-recorded talkback with the artist.

Johnny Miller is a photographer, activist, and multimedia storyteller based in Cape Town, South Africa, and Detroit, Michigan. He is interested in exploring inequality, architecture, displacement, and climate justice from the ground and from the air. His photographic project UnEqual Scenes, a stunning and unforgettable portrayal of inequality, depicted through the art form of aerial photography, has garnered widespread praise and been featured in many of the world’s top publications. In addition to a walk through the gallery, the showcase will also feature an interview with Miller, providing insight into his work and its relevance to the COVID-19 crisis. 

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Following its scheduled broadcast, this event will be available to view for the duration of the festival. You may access it here or on our YouTube channel.

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