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The Vernacular of Protest

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The Vernacular of Protest

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Jun 16 2024 12:00 - 13:00
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The vernacular of protest - Josh Hall, Elly Clarke, moderated by Sarah Wishart

We'll be looking at what art looks like when utilised as a form of protest. and whether the arts can expect to have an impact via protest and campaigning, and if so what expectations should we have for the efficacy of the arts to affect change.

Josh Hall is a writer, editorial director, and artist-publisher, He runs Possible Worlds, an independent publishing house and project space in Great Yarmouth. Possible Worlds is interested in the end of capitalism and the beginning of....what?

Elly Clarke is an artist and researcher. The focus of her multimedia-based artistic work lies on the transformation of the physical body in an increasingly digitally-mediated and experienced world. Elly is entering the final stages of her PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London, entitled 'Is My Body out of date? The drag of physicality in the digital age’.

Dr Sarah Wishart is a film maker, writer, and artist based in Glasgow’s Southside. Sarah has worked with campaigning organisations such as Liberty, The Bar Council, The English Collective of Prostitutes, The EHRC, The Council of Europe and the Traveller Movement.


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Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, CO1 1JH Colchester

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