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Visible Justice

Event date
17 April 2019 - 3 May 2019 (11am to 7pm)
Status
Open
Visible Justice


17 April – 3 May 2019
Monday to Friday: 11am – 7pm
Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays: Closed
Free and open to all


Launch Night: Tuesday 16 April, 6-9pm (Book Launch Night tickets)

Visible Justice brings together artists, activists, journalists, civil liberties groups, human rights lawyers and media students for an exhibition and events programme exploring social justice in national and international contexts.

Presented by London College of Communication’s Media School for its annual public showcase, Visible Justice will investigate the role of media technologies and collaborative partnerships in relation to such issues as climate change, displacement and persecution of refugees, knife crime, torture and rendition, state power, incarceration and the death penalty.

Curated by artist David Birkin and writer and London College of Communication Course Leader Max Houghton, Visible Justice will feature immersive installation, photography, video, sound, and a series of talks, performances, screenings and events – all free and open to the public.

Collaborative partners: ReprievePlanBPoulomi BasuDavid Blandy and Larry Achiampong, the Refugee Journalism Project, and the Artist Protection Fund.

Full programme to follow. Free and open to all.

arts.ac.uk/lcc

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