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Borders, barriers and warning signs have come to be a part of our everyday life, but are we being kept out, or is something being kept in?

A bold, visceral confrontation, this thought-provoking installation appears ‘live’, providing a powerful and macabre reminder of our own latent potential. Stark and unforgettable, The Electric Fence awaits you….

UK artist Annabel McCourt has a diverse portfolio with work ranging from lens-based gritty social-realism, through to installation art, moving image and architectural interventions, inspired by fact, folklore & legend.


The Electric Fence, originally commissioned by Hull 2017 UK City of Culture, is currently touring with the support of renowned UK-based international curator Simon Hedges.

Next stop:

Annabel McCourt solo show, The Collection/Usher
February - May  2020



'Suffering Arcadia' Annabel McCourt solo show

May - August 2019 


Dak'Arts Biennale, Dakar, Senegal. May - June 2018

a collaboration with Wanja Kimani, supported by the British Council UK & Senegal, Hull 2017 & North Lincs Council.

Find out more

Supported by Hull UK City of Culture 2017
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