The artist discusses her work reinterpreting geographical imbalances, displacement and hidden histories
The artist discusses her insistence on visibility and the ways in which storytelling can be a form of resistance work
On creating community and making interventions that can ease the burden of working with colonial histories and records
The artist discusses digital tools for accessibility and her artistic journey to unearth her Mauritian identity
Discussing the artist's deeply personal work within the context of migration, perseverance and the politics of (in)visibility
Dave Lewis discusses his portraits of members of the Windrush generation who fought for Britain during the Second World War
How members of the UK’s punk and reggae music scenes confronted racist ideology in the 1970s
Using the archive as a precarious site for photographic time travel
Discussing the artist's new commission addressing the mental health of UK farmers
Creative practice, spiritual connections and telling stories that are both personal and historical
Exploring interconnectedness of Afrodiasporic identities, collective resistance and practising freedom
An in-depth conversation about the artist's new commission
Artist Sasha Huber on her portrait honouring the Cameroonian-Swiss pioneering political activist
On the politics and practice of creative programming for children with complex needs and their families
Exploring notions of trauma, self-care and worldbuilding
On taking creative time, space and inspiration
How do we reflect on the importance of care and community within a globalised world?
A conversation about notions of home, family and heritage
Lockdown routines during the pandemic and how these informed the artist's new work
On the politics of sexual and cultural difference in Ope Lori's wider practice and new commission
Reflecting on the notion of contagion: the absence of gesture, touch, and personal structures previously taken for granted
The artist Poulomi Desai discusses her practice and the metaphor of the petri dish in the context of control, nurture and care
On identity, community and representations of disabled people in the 21st century
Discussing the artist's newly commissioned film work, and how the pandemic revealed local stories that illuminate global concerns
The artist speaks about her commission, a compelling critique of the rhetoric and structural inequalities exposed by Covid-19
Discussing his photography and activism, and how an Autograph commission in 1999 became the title of his retrospective
"I could escape into spaces full of beauty, live in stories where I could be powerful"
On documentary practices, defining black photography and the formation of Autograph
Algorithms influence what images are seen online. How does this relate to lived experiences of discrimination?
"I want them to know that we are fighting this oppression together. And we are doing this with agency"
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