Breaking The Mould by Belfast Exposed Futures artist Linda Conroy is on at the Gallery now.
Conroy has taken the Church and identity as a source of inspiration for her playful and subversive work.
The work raises questions about participation in religious events by non-practising members, highlighting possible commercial and superficial aspects of this engagement. At the same time, the exhibition examines how society is intertwined with religion.
Header image: A Thread © Linda Conroy
Belfast Exposed Photography 23 Donegall St, Belfast BT1 2FF
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