Interconnected Realms: Exploring Togetherness

In an era defined by digital interconnectedness, the boundaries between physical and virtual realms blur, offering new avenues for exploration and expression. The exhibition delves into the dynamic interplay between togetherness and social media platforms, illuminating the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union through the eyes of youth.

Co-organized with the European Parliament Liaison Office in the UK, the exhibition is housed at the 12 Star Gallery at Europe House. Despite the creators never meeting in person, their works and ideas interact seamlessly, thanks to the collaborative efforts of the young curator duo, Michalina Franasik from Poland and Niina Ulfsak from Estonia, both studying and working in London. Part of the British Council’ s  EU-UK Youth Stronger Together two-year project in cooperation with the European Movement International and co-funded by the European Union, this exhibition aims to explore and enhance collaboration between EU-UK youth communities, paving the way for a more interconnected future.

The exhibition is free and open to the public daily 9am - 7pm BST from 25 April to 14 June 2024.