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This online exhibition showcases the images and stories of older Londoners and their neighbours during lockdown in Spring 2020. It is a photography exhibition exploring the lived realities of coping, connecting and remembering alongside current research in ethics, social science and history.

If you missed the launch event last November, do join us for a special online public event on 22 March 2021 at 13:30, as part of the Festival of Arguments. In this event, the curatorial team will revisit the exhibition to discuss the main themes and reflect of the effects of the UK lockdowns on older people.

The exhibition is a collaboration between the photographer Adam Isfendiyar and researchers from the University of Oxford’s Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities and Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit.


How to join the public event

When: Monday, 22 March 2021 from 13:30-14:15

Registration: registration is required

Cost: the event is free of charge

How to register: Book your ticket online



Photo credit: Peggy. By Adam Isfendiyar.