Eva Mileusnic, a second generation British/Hungarian, is a UK based contemporary artist whose work explores the themes of migration, memory, identity and integration.
This exhibition features Counter-flow, an installation of 100 pairs of ceramic feet, decorated with textile patterns from around the world, referencing current global demographic shifts and the subsequent worldwide spread of cultural identities. The exhibition will also feature feet decorated by community members we’re working with as part of PHM’s 2020 programme exploring migration.
Suitable for all ages
Part of PHM’s year long programme exploring migration. Following an open call for submissions, the 2020 community exhibition programme was selected by a Community Programme Team made up of people whose lives have been shaped by migration.
Join Eva every Wednesday afternoon in the Manchester school holidays to create a large scale installation of over 1,000 plaster cast feet in the museum’s atmospheric Engine Hall, celebrating the rich diversity of cultural and national identities in Britain.
Family Friendly activity, suitable for all ages and abilities.
No booking required, drop in activity.