Future Ruins exhibition opening at Naughton Gallery

The Naughton Gallery at Queen's University.  
Pic Colm Lenaghan/ Pacemaker

The Naughton Gallery at Queen's University. Pic Colm Lenaghan/ Pacemaker

There will be a preview of Future Ruins, the new exhibition at Belfast’s Naughton Gallery, this week.

International in its scope, Future Ruins brings together the work of artists from across the globe who inquire into the architecture of the world in which we live, addressing the ever-changing nature of contemporary cityscapes. From the intimidating streets of Los Angeles to Belfast’s historic monuments, Future Ruins explores city planning, the navigation of urban landscapes, and the body’s relationship to its man-made surroundings through sculpture, drawing, photography, video and installation.

The preview evening will take place on Thursday, August 18 from 6-8pm, with the exhibition running until October 2.