Taking place in Gallery 3, Emma Warren chairs this discussion, building on her first-hand experience researching and documenting different spaces and dancefloors that have historically been neglected or perceived as informal or peripheral. Visual artist Karimah Hassan, illustrator and rollerskater
'It is essential that you never align yourself to a recognised/serious thinker. Your open affiliation will lead ONLY to acceptance – possibly even the invitation to join a faction – or, in the worst-case scenario: take part in a symposium' -- The
A two-part podcast series that reappraises the origins of techno music and its subsequent migration from North America to Europe.
Techno at the End of the Future
Episode 1: London
Camden Art Centre · Assembling a Black Counter Culture: Techno at the End
In the final part of the Stop Making Sense series, Freelands Lomax Ceramics Fellow Phoebe Collings-James continues to unpack pedagogies of learning, looking at what it means to be making ceramics amidst the legacies of the British studio pottery movement.