Installation shot of Our Disappearing Darkness in the black box theater room at The Fruit in Durham

Click! Photography Festival / October 2023 Fulbright Project 2021/2022 Cornwall UK

Co-sponsored by The Fruit and the Resource Center for Women in Ministry in the South

MJ Sharp will be an Artist In Residence with a series of pop-up exhibits and lectures at The Fruit in Durham, North Carolina in 2024. MJ will be working with previously unseen personal material from the past decade as well as continuing to explore her 2021/2022 Fulbright work from the UK, Our Disappearing Darkness, which addresses issues of contemporary light pollution through prehistoric monoliths of Cornwall at night.

Alerts about upcoming pop-up exhibits and lectures will be listed on MJ’s Instagram or mailing list.

The Fruit is at 305 South Dillard Street, at the intersection of Dillard and Ramseur, near Durham Cider Works and before Ponysaurus, about four blocks east of DPAC and American Tobacco. During the work day there is free on-street parking in the area and there are a few spaces on-site.

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