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Mon 16 November 2020 – Fri 18 December 2020

Dream. Snap. Freedom: Radical Play Through Photography

Photo: Sebastian Barros

An archive-inspired online programme curated by Central St Martins MA students.

We are thrilled to be hosting Dream. Snap. Freedom, a month-long online programme bringing together material from Four Corners Archive alongside work by recent graduates to explore creative approaches to protest photography. 


" We want to re-activate the Four Corners Archive within a contemporary setting alongside a look at how we engage with the same issues of the archive today with upcoming and graduate photographers.

Looking at creative responses to activism and protest through photography and film, we are particularly interested in embodied expressions of passion and joy in LGBTQ+, anti-racist and feminist activism.

Our research is focused on four exhibitions from the archive: Same Difference (1986), A Peace of the Action (1983), Our Space in Britain (1987) and Brick Lane 1978. The intention is to spark an intergenerational dialogue between past and present protest/resistance/action through the exhibition display during the month-long event."


PROGRAMME

16 November will see the launch of an online exhibition showcasing projects by graduate photographers from University of the Arts London such as Isobel Van Dyke, Victoria Vorobeva and Terrence Phearse, and the Royal College of Arts graduate Sissel Kärneskog, plus selected works from writer/filmmaker Ed Web-Ingall and photographers Sebastian Barros and JC Verona. 

Explore the exhibition 

The Colour Line, Terrence Phearse
25 November | 6.00 - 7.00pm | Online

Photographer Terrence Phearse takes us through his new book and project The Color Line, inspired by W. E. B. Du Bois' 1900 Paris archive, followed by a Q&A. 

Book your free place here 

 

PAST EVENTS

Artists and LGBTQ+ Activism 
19 November | 5.00 - 7.00pm | Online
Online screening of Ed Webb-Ingall's short film ‘We Have Rather Been Invaded’ (2017), followed by a panel discussion with Webb-Ingall and journalist Isobel Van Dyke, exploring the impact and legacy of Section 28 and LGBTQ+ education in Britain today.

Watch the panel discussion
 

BLOG


1. An interview with Susan Trangmar 

2An interview with Isobel Van Dyke

3. An interview with JC Verona


CURATORS

Filippa GeorgiadiSufiyeh Hadian , Margherita Salati, Jiaji WangLinda Zhang