What you can't see, you don't know
How can yesterday's surroundings inspire conversations about who we are today?
Using the house, grounds, art and objects of historic Kings Weston House, students from Bristol Brunel Academy have created a thoughtful and creative exploration of identity for this free outdoor exhibition on Millennium Square.
Photography students from Bristol Brunel Academy worked with Bristol based photographer Ilayda Akarca to capture representations of themselves as part of their GCSE coursework.
The students have chosen to title the exhibition 'What you can't see, you don't know'.
It is free to view from 7 October.
7 Oct - 6 Jan
Millennium Square, Bristol Harbourside
Huge thanks to the students for their creativity and enthusiasm, to Ilayda Akarca, and the staff at Bristol Brunel Academy and the Cabot Learning Federation for their support.
Thanks also to the team at Kings Weston House and our friends at the Royal Photographic Society and the Martin Parr Foundation, who kindly welcomed students as part of their learning for this project.
Image credits: Julian Welsh; Alanya