Nottingham Trent University's MFA Fine Art lecturer and artist, Katja K. Hock combines photographs of the former ammunition factory in Chilwell with images from the battlefields of the Somme, to form part of her current art project No-Man's-Land.
- From: Sunday 18 November 2018, 4.30 pm
- To: Sunday 18 November 2018, 7 pm
- Location: Sneinton Market Plaza, Nottingham, NG1 1DS
Taking place on Sunday 18 November inside the City Arts Dome on Sneinton Market Plaza, the projection includes moving imagery focusing on the ghostly transition from one image to the next. No-Man's-Land will be accompanied by live music from musician and composer David Wilson.
No-Man's-Land is part of the Peace Poem tour, a weekend-long programme of events celebrating peace and commemorating 100 years since the end of World War I.
Visit the City Arts website for full details about the weekend activities.
About Katja K Hock
Katja K. Hock is an internationally exhibiting artist working mainly with still and moving image. Through her practice she explores the relationship between what is visible in the image and that which might only be suggested. Born in 1971 in Nettetal Germany, Katja studied photography at the Fachhochschule Bielefeld before being awarded a DAAD scholarship in order to study for an MA at the University of Derby. She has subsequently, with the support of an AHRC scholarship, completed her PhD in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and is currently teaching Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University.
For all enquiries about this projection and the Peace Poem tour please contact Alison Denholm at City Arts, Nottingham.