Silent Testimony returns to the Ulster Museum as part of National Museums NI’s 100 Years Forward programme, marking the centenary of Northern Ireland.
This emotive exhibition, which features large-scale portraits by internationally renowned artist Colin Davidson, reveals the personal experiences of eighteen individuals, each connected by their experiences of loss through the Troubles.
The artist worked in partnership with cross-community victim and survivor support group WAVE and the Ulster Museum.
These men and women are not familiar faces but they and their stories command our attention in a very poignant way.
Silent Testimony is a powerful response that reflects on how the conflict has had, and continues to have, a profound impact on the thousands of individuals - the injured, their families, the families of those who died and the wider community.