Edmund Clark: War of Terror at IWM London


Abu Salim prison, Libya; from the series Negative Publicity: Artefacts of Extraordinary Rendition © Edmund Clark, Courtesy of Flowers Gallery London and New York
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See measures taken by governments in the war against terror and examine their implications on individuals, in this exhibition of photographs and films by Edmund Clark. Read More


Explore individual experiences of state control with Edmund Clark: War of Terror at the Imperial War Museum London.

Through photography, videos, graphic visualisations and documents, artist-photographer Edmund Clark reveals hidden stories of controversial methods taken by states to protect their citizens against terrorism. Focusing on the experiences of UK citizens and residents, the exhibition raises questions about human rights, security, secrecy and legality when individuals are suspected but not convicted of terrorist activities.

See inside the US military detention facilities of Guantanamo Bay, and its methods of control and interrogation. Read letters censored by the military which were sent to Omar Deghayes while at Guantanamo. Glimpse into the house of a man living in the UK under a Home Office control order. And explore the processes used to detain and transfer people suspected of terrorism without legal procedures.



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IWM London: Imperial War Museum London

Lambeth Road
+44 (0)20 7416 5000
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Tube: Lambeth North, Elephant & Castle, Waterloo Train: Waterloo, Elephant & Castle

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