This major solo exhibition represented Piper’s work from 1982 – 1996 in three interactive installations.
Viewers could navigate and engage interactively with Piper’s work, its history and concerns through interactive consoles and large-scale video projections.
A series of dialogues accompanied the exhibition presenting an in-depth analysis and criticism of the artist’s work:
‘Depicting History: Mapping the Spaces of the Post-colonial Experience’ with Jean Fisher
‘Viewpoints: Keith Piper Relocating the Remains’ with Richard Hylton and Roshini Kempadoo
‘Superfly, Heavyweight, Victim(iser): The Black Male as Hero and Thug in Contemporary Culture’ with Faisal Abdu’Allah
‘In the Cut-and-Mix: Possibilities in Collage, Multimedia and Digital Technologies’ with Keith Piper, Kobena Mercer and Gary Stewart.