at the University of Cambridge
HUMAN FLOWS is a photographic exhibition of compelling images that explore flows in all their manifestations including – but not limited to – dance, body, energy, migration, pilgrimage and protest.
Flows are an integral property of the human experience. They influence our actions as individuals and as a society. From Dance to Migration, from Energy to Pilgrimage, flows can take many forms. Flows may be voluntary or forced, invited or constrained.
Winning photographs will be selected by a prestigious jury of photography professionals and academics for an exhibition at the University of Cambridge.
The exhibition will be launched on Thursday February 7, 2013 with a public symposium on the theme of “Human Flows”
Human Flows is presented by The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) of the University of Cambridge in association with United Photo Industries.
Convened by Dr Christos Lynteris (CRASSH) and curated by Sam Barzilay (Creative Director, United Photo Industries).