New photography by the internationally respected artist Vanley Burke will be exhibited along a busy Birmingham road as part of a month-long exhibition of art.
The 11 images will be blown up to three metres in height and placed outside the Stratford Road Baptist Church and the former Hubb Community Arts Centre, in Sparkbrook.
They form part of Sampad South Asian Arts' free 'My Route' exhibition trail which runs from June 13 to July 10.
The photos are accompanied by short audio clips housed in purpose-built sound pods by artist Brian Duffy, best known for his work with the Modified Toy Orchestra.
Organisers say the free My Route exhibition trail aims to paint a picture of what it is like to live and work in Stratford Road and give an insight into the rich social history of the area.
The photographs include Harish Wara, who came to Birmingham in the 1970s from east Africa, and set up Monique Tailoring in the 1980s and has been selling menswear to local residents ever since.
Also featured is Sparkhill resident Amerah Saleh who is a spoken-word artist and active human rights supporter.
She has performed around the UK at events and festivals and has received commissions from mac birmingham, Eastern Electronic Festival and TedxBrum.
My Route curator Tasawar Bashir said: "This exhibition is the highlight of 18 months of research into what it has meant to live on Birmingham's Stratford Road.
"Since the Second World War, Stratford Road has been home to people from Ireland, Pakistan, India, the Caribbean and, more recently, north Africa and the Middle East.
"Their stories are fascinating but until now have been untold - personal stories of the challenges and triumphs of setting up home, starting businesses and raising families in a new country."
The photography installation is accompanied by a series of associated exhibitions and events in and around Stratford Road.