From SEAS’s Visitor Book

A few comments by SEAS’s visitors about the exhibition “Displacement – on refugees, homelessness & Palestine”

Alia Pugh “a unique addition to Artists Open Houses”

Maya King “Thought provoking exhibition”

Sarah Dibb-Fuller “very impressive and interesting”

Lester “very brave pieces”

Paula “Love the commitment and engagement”

Jacky Hollands “powerful and interesting, very moving for us as a foster carers for a young refugee”

Anne Thompson “Really inspiring”

Morris Lab “great exhibition, well done”

Martin & Clara “great time, great conversation and we are back again for sure, keep fighting”

Caroline O’reilly “very informative exhibition”

Tom & May “very thought provoking and refreshing issues represented”

Rita Huth “good to see relevant art about real stuff”

Katie Higginbottom “very thought provoking, it is a relief to see representation of politics in art!”

Angela Edwards “very interesting work, love Gil Mualem Doron’s  New Union Flag project and Bern O’donoghue’s Boats installation”

Cathie Oileu “really important work and message”