[NetBehaviour] Remembering Who We Are

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed Jan 23 14:49:06 CET 2013

Remembering Who We Are

Exploring artistic and creative sociopolitical memory, and art in social 
change movements.

Saturday 26th January 2013
Space Station Sixty-Five, 373 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4PS

A day of presentations, exhibitions, a resource archive, artist talks, 
video screenings, discussions, participatory zine-making, and more.
To mark the closing day of the Posters of Inspirational European Women: 
Taken from the zine Shape & Situate exhibition, Space Station Sixty-Five 
will be hosting a collection of resources from other sociopolitical art, 
poster, zine and publication projects for everyone to explore.

Inspirational work will be featured, displayed, exhibited and screened. 
This includes artefacts and art from projects such as: Celebrate Peoples 
History, Occuprint, Inspired Agitators, Dead Feminists, Peops, Great 
Anarchists, The Life & Times of Butch Dykes, Shape & Situate, Caged Bird 
Club, Firebrands: Portraits of the Americas, plus many more.

Other work that is not tangibly in the gallery will be shown 
electronically as part of presentations by various artists.

For further details on the day's participants and schedule:
Click here to view Facebook event page.


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