Spanning the Arctic to London to recreate migrations and movement data across humans and nonhumans.
Drawing the complexity of migration stories following time spent with residents at the Restad Gard Refugee Camp in Sweden.
An invitation to interactively explore our relations to digital data and challenge static concepts of Europe as a collection of nations.
A mobile installation/agitprop comprising a Luton tail lift van - representing a potent symbol of refugees crossing borders.
A proposal for an alternative flag for the UK via agitprop to installation, participatory photoshoots, conversations and workshops.
Participatory installation that merges traditional games from English village fêtes with the xenophobia of the media's anti-immigrant, and specifically anti-Eastern European rhetoric.
A non-denominational, non-hierarchical booth, into which two people from different backgrounds get to confess their fears to each other.
Seminar and Screening
Stuart Hall Foundation: ‘Who do you think you are? Culture, identity and the contemporary art museum’ Okwui Enwezor, Francesco Manacorda, Marta Gili
14:30 - 16:30
How contemporary art institutions shape our sense of identity and belonging at a time of political and social turbulence.
The Stuart Hall Project (John Akomfrah, 2013)
16:50 - 18:30
A filmic portrayal of the life of Stuart Hall, the founding figure of cultural studies who has had a resounding and ongoing influence on British intellectual and cultural life.
Film + post-screening conversation