This is the title of an exhibition currently at the Gallery, rather than the state of the gallery itself which is vibrant, varied and always a pleasure to visit.
"ALIVE- in the face of death" is a photographic /video presentation, by Rankin, featuring people who have faced death through war,accident or medical diagnoses. All said what their experience has been and what they had learnt from it. It was intensely moving and inspirational. Although compiled recently some of those featured have already died while others are living with life changing injuries. For anyone, like us, on their own " journey", who can get there before it closes on 15th September 2013 it is worth the time and effort.
Regrettably there is no accompanying liteature, other than the " flyer " advertising the event. Excelllent galary cafe can provide a steadying cuppa afterwards..
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