Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance and Protest is a two year research project exploring the affective meanings of drone technologies on photography and human rights. The project has been developed through a partnership between Hasselblad Center and Valand Academy, in Gothenburg, Sweden; Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Cyprus and Zahoor Ul Akhlaq Gallery, at the National College of Arts in Lahore, Pakistan.
This exhibition is series of 7 sculptural installations and each day there will be a new installation on viewing. This exhibition is up till Thursday 10th May, 2018. Please join us on Wednesday 2nd May, 2018. Gallery Timings are 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance and Protest addresses the questions of visibility and verticality intrinsic to the operations of drone technology and its meanings for artistic and political praxis. For the exhibition at Zahoor Ul Akhlaq Gallery, National College of Arts in Lahore the commissioned artists Salman Khan, Wajahat Saeed and Sajid Khan have produced works that respond to the visual and material consequences of drone technologies in the context of Pakistan.View Gallery