For TÖNE, Harriet Gifford will be creating an installation: 100 Years of War which will be on show at POP, 64-66 High Street, Chatham, Tuesday 10th June to Sunday 15th June. In this, the 100th anniversary of WWI, and with 340 armed conflicts across the world in the intervening 100 years, this installation questions the purpose of the ceremonial remembrance of War and asks: Who is remembered? Who is forgotten or unmarked? and Why?
About Harriet Gifford
Harriet Gifford has been a practicing artist since 1991 and is currently studying for her MA in Sound and Image at the University of Kent. Harriet’s work explores loss and mourning and the importance of memory to our sense of identity. She has shown her work across the UK and internationally. Her work has developed from a focus on abstract painting, through photography and towards film and sound and combines these elements in her installation pieces.