Unhidden in Plain Sight is a thought-provoking display of photographs that reflects complex journeys into and out of modern slavery.

The exhibition was open to the public 20-30 September in the Winter Garden, 90 Surrey Street, Sheffield, S1 2LH. The development of the project was discussed at three Unhidden Audience Workshops in the Carpenter Room, Sheffield Central Library:  Sat 22, 12pm; Tue 25, 12pm; Wed 26, 5.30pm

More information about the Winter Garden exhibition is in this media release.

Unhidden in Plain Sight is a collaboration between photographer Jeremy Abrahams and University of Sheffield academics Dr Hannah Lewis and Dr Gwyneth Lonergan to counter images used in anti-modern slavery campaigns, which often stereotype and re-victimise the people they are trying to support.

We have worked in partnership with three Sheffield-based organisations – City Hearts, Ashiana and The Snowdrop Project – to create a set of images that can be used by anti-trafficking campaign organisations and those which support victims of exploitation and abuse.