Finally we’ve got a new date for our Structural Divinity exhibition!
The 14th of October 2013 is when you will be able to visit the Structural Divinity exhibition.
Location: Galleri Neptun, Hotell Neptun, Bergen, Norway. Sign up to our Facebook page for more info.
The exhibition is a fascinating visual exploration of the relationship between African religious structures and European colonial history. Daniel and Birthe Hundven-Clements have conducted an extensive photographic travelogue investigating the current situation.
View the full project here : Structural Divinity
12,000Km on the road in Southern Africa, 200+ religious structures and a range of intriguing individuals contributed to the creation of this exhibition! Some of the locations are pin pointed on the map below:
Here are a few of the key images due to be exhibited:
Lourenço Marques: Church of Saint Antonio de Polana – igreja de Santo Antonio de Polana, Maputo, Mozambique, Africa, 2010
NG Kerk, Offer_Saal, Hoeksteen Gele Deur, Usakos, Namibia, Africa, 2010
Roman Catholic Church, Cobue, Mozambique, Africa, 2010
Cemetery Chapel, Ibo Island, Mozambique, Africa, 2010
Cape Maclear Mosque, Lake Malawi, Malawi, Africa, 2010
St Monica, Roman Catholic Church, Sankandi, Zambia, Africa, 2010
Depending on space we are considering a selection of portraits. They will be images of the individuals that work and worship at the religious locations.
Reverend Stephen Bota, Livingstonia CCAP Mission, Livinstonia, Malawi, Africa, 2010
Njane Amei, Igreja de Såo Joåo Baptista Restorer, Ibo Island, Mozambique, Africa, 2010