Art & Politic


Monday 16th July 2012 at Campbell Works
AltMFA talk - Art and Politic
'We've decided to allow for 15 minutes per guest to introduce their work generally and/or specific art and politics work/ideas, in whatever way they wish. I hope that suits you. We'll have laptop/projector/speakers. In between each guest's 15 minutes, we're planning ways for small groups to discuss and expand on the works and ideas presented thus far. 
The whole evening will be 6.30-9.30 (we'll bring some snacks!). 
In case you're interested the other guests will hopefully be: 
Jennie Savage - an artist and lecturer who kindly donated to us her book/Film/sound project Depending On Time, a project remembering/archiving the area of Cardiff where the old arcades were about to be demolished for a giant shopping mall. 
Wilf Sullivan - a race equality officer for for the TUC. He was involved in Rock Against Racism and is the treasurer for Hackney Unites, a local social justice group (who we work with sometimes) and also the treasurer for a music technology centre in Islington. 
Campbell Works - a unique artist collaboration, between Neil Taylor & Harriet Murray, whos combined practice has produced amitious public realm initiatives, a ongoing gallery project, and numerous projects exploring participatory strategies that seek to weave a route through the experimental and commercial realms.
Stefan Szczelkun - one time member of the experimental music/performance group the Scratch Orchestra, he was involved in the Brixton Arts Collective and Exploding Cinema, he wrote a great pamphlet in the 70's called Artists Liberation and is generally obsessed with issues of class. 
Janna Graham (wants to come but hasn't confirmed)  - Projects curator at the Serpentine, sound art and activist group Ultra Red member, radical education enthusiast, and generally involved in everything art and politics related! 
16 Jul 2012 - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Campbell Works, Belfast Road, Stoke Newington, London N16