Dis/locating Cultures of Equality
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About The Event
Dis/locating Cultures of Equality is a multi-sensorial outdoor exhibition that explores how creative practices can challenge intersecting inequalities and engender more equitable ways of living.
The exhibition marks the end of Global Gender and Cultures of Equality (GlobalGRACE) a four-year research project based at Goldsmiths, University of London and at partner sites in Bangladesh, Brazil, Mexico, the Philippines and South Africa. Around College Green - at the heart of Goldsmiths campus - interactive installations explore how poetry, music, photography, street art, performance, dance and curation can help to create and sustain different ‘cultures of equality’ around the world.
These installations are accompanied by audio clips that visitors can access from their own mobile phones via the Echoes App - keeping the exhibition ‘Covid-secure’ and allowing soundscapes to guide visitors around the site.
Goldsmiths is less than five minutes’ walk from both New Cross and New Cross Gate Overground and railway stations, and a stop for over a dozen bus routes.
Dis/locating Cultures of Equality is curated by Dr Siobhan McGuirk, Department of Anthropology
The GlobalGRACE project is led by Professor Suzanne Clisby and Professor Mark Johnson