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National Museum debates Bay project

Apolonija Šušteršič; Politics “In Space”/Tiger Bay Project, 2012; Photo Credit: Wales News Picture ©

Cardiff’s National Museum of Art will be hosting a public panel discussion investigating Cardiff Bay’s regeneration project on 19 October.

The discussion is part of Slovenian/Dutch artist Apolonija Šušteršič’s Politics “In Space”/Tiger Bay Project for the Artes Mundi 5 international art prize.

Šušteršič’s video/sound installation offers an insight into the changing response to and opinions surrounding the regeneration project. 

Šušteršič said, “The project has been a real journey of discovery and it’s a real honour to be hosting this discussion, as it will be the first time since the anti-barrage campaign began 25 years ago, that both supporters and opponents have agreed to come together and debate the project.”

The live talk show is free to attend and will run from 3:30-4:30pm in Gallery 22.

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