I have been working on the collaborative research since January (2018) that will culminate in the exhibition. I am part of this show, see below. Feel free to visit. (Barbara)
Launch Night: Tuesday 17 April, 6-9pm, Free and open to all.
Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/capital-city-launch-night-tickets-44477839415
Join us to celebrate the launch of Capital City, an exhibition and series of events that examines the relationship between money and property in London, and its effects on all our lives.
Exhibition then open:
Wednesday 18 April- Wednesday 2 May
Monday - Friday 11am-7pm
Free and open to all.
Thursday, 19 Apr 2018, Capital City: The Hard Stop screening and panel discussion (6-9pm)
The Hard Stop feature documentary directed by George Amponsah charts an intimate story that follows childhood friends of Mark Duggan, the young man whose death sparked the 2011 English Riots against the backdrop of their home on the Broadwater Farm estate. The panel discussion, chaired by Professor Paul Goodwin, UAL Chair of Contemporary Art, will include lead cast, Kurtis Henville, Marcus Knox, and community lawyer Jude Lanchin alongside filmmakers Dionne Walker and George Amponsah. This event is in collaboration with dvrseworld's Digital & Silver Screen Film Festival.
Tuesday, 24th April, Capital City| Panel discussion: Wealth and The City
A panel of artists and academics will discuss issues wealth, property, inequality and other issues examined in the Capital City exhibition.
Tom Hunter, the artist and photographer and professor of photography at LCC
Dr Liz Moor, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths
Paul Sng, director of Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle
(+ other guests tbc)