Taking its cue from John Berger's 1972 critical text on visual culture, Ways of Seeing is an international group exhibition curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath. In bringing together 33 artists, with works ranging from 1,000 BC to the present, the exhibition explores the various formalistic strategies that artists employ to re-configure our perception of the world. The publication that accompanies Ways of Seeing begins with a comprehensive conceptual framework by Bardaouil and Fellrath. Author and lecturer Mary Acton contributes to the publication with a text that acts as an elementary manual of sorts, bringing to the foreground an acknowledgement of some essential, yet often marginalised principles of visual interpretation. And Stephanie Moser, as a professor of archaeology, has contributed a text that assembles several incidents where the creation of images, as well as the modes of their display, has been utilised in the framing of the public perception of a certain place along with its people.