Aftermath 2094 - Launch Event

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Join us to celebrate the launch of this year's Aftermath exhibition - AFTERMATH 2094.

AFTERMATH 2094 is an interactive exhibition exploring the cost of technology on the environment, stages of climate disaster, ambiguity of memory, performing digital popstars, and immersive sculptures.

This is collaboration between Nottingham Trent University’s first year Fine Art Masters students and Masters students in Graphic Design, Interior Architecture, and Photography.

With guidance from the team at Nottingham Contemporary, the group researched and interpreted themes in Our Silver City, 2094 to create a new exhibition influenced by the hope, humour and thoughts of past, present and future worlds.

Through new art, you are invited to look closely at the world as it is and to consider what the near future will look like.


Masah Azar and Kiriaki Hajiloizis

Hannah Fletcher-Tomlinson

Maria Gerguis

Andreea Pislaru

Luke Watters


Tamara Clarke and George Holder - Photography

Tiegan Paterson and Wiktor Wawrzyniak – Exhibition Design

Victoria Woollett - Graphic Design

Exhibition opening times

1 April - 3 April 2022

Fri 1, Sat 2 Apr 10am - 6pm

Sun 3 Apr 11am - 5pm

About the event


Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Booking required.

Limited capacity.

Venue: The Space, Nottingham Contemporary

Complementary drinks for guests (subject to availability)

We are unable to provide British Sign Language for this event.

There will be photography and filming at this event.

There is lift and stairs access and an accessible changing-places toilet.

Safety during your visit

Please do not attend this event if you/someone in your household is currently COVID-19 positive, has suspected symptoms, or is awaiting PCR test results.

Social distancing for this event will be relaxed.

Staff may be wearing face masks; all visitors may wear a face mask.

Masks and hand-sanitser are available.

You can find more details about how we're keeping everyone safe here.

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