The Fabric of Our Nation is a provocative exhibition by the award-winning artist Gil Mualem-Doron in collaboration with Frith Manor School, which takes a deep look into the complex histories of decolonizing art practices, Britishness, and migration.
The exhibition includes a large-scale installation and other works formerly exhibited at Tate Modern, Turner Contemporary and The South Bank Centre. While the project has reached and engaged more than 100k people across England in the past five years, and received notable awards, Mualem-Doron has often been condemned, vilified, and harassed on social media and even received death threats due to the political nature of the project. At the Apthorp Gallery this Easter, The Fabric of Our Nation will be displayed as a large interactive room installation where visitors can see the new flag, as well as take part in creating their own family flag and watch a film about the production of the project over time.
There will also be an opportunity to compete in solving a cultural diversity giant puzzle which will also be on display. In addition to this, visitors of the exhibition will be able to see the Frith Manor Community Flag – a collaborative project created by Gil Mualem-Doron and some of the children at Frith Manor School. There will also be a chance to meet the Royals and take a selfie with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle*
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