South London Gallery
7pm - 9pm
SLG Galleries, Clore Studio
Performances by Libita Clayton and Larry Achiampong which take their cue from the idea that the archive can be fluid and transposed into living people, who bear witness thereby willfully reconstructing and passing on meaning in the historical present. This live programme has been curated by Annie Jael Kwan in association with Something Human and Iniva.
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Iniva has devised a public programme for The Place is Here in collaboration with curators Adelaide Bannerman and Annie Jael Kwan. The programme explores ideas around history as a fragile construction where ‘lessons’ of the past, present and future have collapsed one into the other. By focusing on artistic practice, the historical and contemporary critiques of the work, this collision of time and space attempts, in this moment, to reset what is known and how we come to know it.
Image credit: (in and between place and home) 2017, Libita Clayton, for MAP1: Waterways curated by Something Human