The work of MA Photography graduate Corinne Silva is part of an exhibition dedicated to Metageography at Pushkin House.
Metageography is a concept that came into being in the Soviet Union in the 1960s. Metageography is a field of knowledge that lies at the intersection of science, philosophy and art, in its broadest sense.
This exhibition brings together the experiences of geographers and artists from three generations (1960s-2000s). As part of the project, contemporary artworks are accompanied by maps and concepts by geographers.
The exhibition runs from September 7 – October 11.