Battered Britannia and Human Sardines: The State We're In - In pictures

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For the next month, 11 artists have their work exhibited in a ‘gallery without walls’ – that is, on billboards and digital screens around the UK – with the aim of provoking public debate and saying something about the issues of our time. This year’s submissions were on the theme of ‘the state we’re in’ and address disability, housing, the pandemic, mental health, refugees, capitalism and Boris Johnson’s birthday cake.

Period3 Feb 2023

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  • TitleBattered Britannia and human sardines: the state we’re in – in pictures
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Guardian
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date3/02/23
    DescriptionFor the next month, 11 artists have their work exhibited in a ‘gallery without walls’ – that is, on billboards and digital screens around the UK – with the aim of provoking public debate and saying something about the issues of our time. This year’s submissions were on the theme of ‘the state we’re in’ and address disability, housing, the pandemic, mental health, refugees, capitalism and Boris Johnson’s birthday cake.
    Producer/AuthorThe Guardian
    URLhttps://www.theguardian.com/culture/gallery/2023/feb/03/battered-britannia-and-human-sardines-the-state-were-in-gallery
    PersonsMark Gubb