An exhibition of work by Christopher James Burns continues at the MAC. Burns presents a landscape of sculptural forms assembled from both personal and found artefacts. Arranged across three islands within the Sunken Gallery, these objects are imbued with the history, culture and visual codes that have come to define Northern Irish identity, and speak to the peculiarities of a place once aptly described by Seamus Heaney as a ‘limbo land’ – here it is a vision of a place that constantly seeks to find its form, with little resolution.
Christopher James Burns: until 7 July

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