Uncertain Subjects Grainger Market (2019)

The 3rd billboard performance of Uncertain Subjects took place at the Grainger Market in Newcastle in March 2019. A new group of people was photographed in Newcastle for this project.

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Barry Moore
Greengrocer
British.­
“Let’s put the Great back into Britain”

John Sadler, Writer, Military Historian and father of two, British, “As a military historian I know about the devastation wreaked across Europe by centuries of warfare. WWII alone claimed 50.000.000 lives. For seventy years the EU has for the first time in European history kept peace across Western Europe. I perceive Brexit as an act of insular madness and xenophobia.”

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Performance Grainger Market 2019

barry and alie

Aly Smith, Community Development Worker, Byker Community Centre: “I fear we are going to loose a lot of funding around here, for the community, for the arts and the young people. That scares me.”

Barry Moore, Greengrocer, British.­
“Let’s put the Great back into Britain”

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Performance Grainger Market 2019

Steve Richens, Rapper and Actor: “It’s going get worse. The people at the bottom are going to feel it first. The closer you are to the ground the more you can feel the changes to the wind.”

Valerie Bossman-Quarshie, Teaching cover supervisor and mother of two, British: “I fear there is no certainty for the UK outside of the European Union”

steven and rowena

Rowena Russel, Community Centre Manager, Irish: “Brexit is the worst of all possible ideas at a time when society needs empathy, collaboration and connectivity. Britons are exiting a political, social and economic relationship they don’t fully understand.”

Steve Richens, Rapper and Actor: “It’s going get worse. The people at the bottom are going to feel it first. The closer you are to the ground the more you can feel the changes to the wind.”

martin and janet
any and femi
matt and martin