Stories from the 'Roads' of Empire

Exhibition


Redwood, H., Kamiloglu, O. and Weizman, E. (2021). Stories from the 'Roads' of Empire. Borough Road Gallery 16 - 23 Nov 2021
CreatorsRedwood, H., Kamiloglu, O. and Weizman, E.
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Tracing narratives of catastrophe, displacement, renewal, and contestation associated with empire.

Migration narratives are often told by those who have not experienced them.

How do we reclaim the lived complexities of our stories when they are told on our behalf by institutions?

Join us for an exhibition with artworks and reflections by BLKBRD Collective, Dana Olarescu, Ozan Kamiloglu, Henry Redwood, and Elian Weizman responding to the stories of 17 Londoners.

KeywordsMigration, Empire, Renewal, London, Community, Time, Law, Archives, Art, Participation
Date16 Nov 2021
Web address (URL)https://counterpointsarts.org.uk/event/stories-from-the-roads-of-empire-public-event-and-exhibition/
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Dana Olarescu
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Dana Olarescu
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Funder/ClientUK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
British Academy
School of Advanced Study
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Deposited18 Nov 2021
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