MARK NEVILLE: BATTLE AGAINST STIGMA
March 30 - June 24
Mark Neville’s Battle Against Stigma project aims to challenge the stigma of mental health problems in the military and to encourage attitude change.
This exhibition and book contains a re-telling of Neville’s own personal experience when he was sent out to Helmand in 2011 as an official war artist, and combines his photographs, films, and texts as a means to give some insight into the issue of adjustment disorder which he found he had fallen victim to on his return.
The Battle Against Stigma exhibition at QUAD will connect with veterans, artists, academics, charities and policy makers in order unite the different sectors of society necessary to drive the campaign for improved mental healthcare for service personnel.