Visual Forensics is a group exhibition curated by Communication Design students from the Royal College of Art. The work examines seemingly familiar or everyday spaces, situations and stories, looking at the representation, description and documentation of our contemporary world.
Bound by a shared belief in the importance of interrogation, the artists explore what it means to look; to magnify; to expose; to compare; to process; to unravel; to reveal; to measure; and to situate materials, objects and locations. Employing experimental and innovative methods to build a new conceptual and material vocabulary for a communication design practice that intersects with archaeology, architecture, behaviourism, curation, ethnography, geography, journalism, museology, psychology and song.
Visual Forensics is open from 12-6pm on Monday 29 April at the London Canal Museum. The exhibtion features work by Bo-Yu Chen, Caitlin Kiely, Max Kohler, Andrea Popyordanova, Clementine Rousset, Yu Shang, Sean Steed, Ruiqi Wang, Eleanor Wemyss, Jo Hsin Wu and Dansiyu Zhu.