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14 February 2020 - 02 April 2020

Many voices, all of them loved is accompanied by the Interruptions/Disruptions public programme, devised by Dr Eleanor K. Jones and Dr Priti Mishra at the University of Southampton, in conjunction with Sarah Hayden.

Interruptions/Disruptions features free workshops by Sandra Alland (with film by Bea Webster); The Museum of Dissent (Donata Miller, Lisa Kennedy and Emma MacNicol);  Dr Christine Okoth and Esthie Hugo; Dr Sophie Holmes-Elliott, and a Listening Session at which Dr Tom Rice will present Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s audio-documentary, The Freedom of Speech Itself. Workshop discussions will encompass global environmentalisms, radical inclusivity, auditory surveillance, and the role of art in resistance.  
As part of Interruptions/Disruptions, we are delighted to host Nisha Ramayya as poet in residence for Many voices, all of them loved. Ramayya will lead four free creative writing workshops, culminating in a collaborative performance of writing devised in response to the exhibition.
Workshops and Talks:
Friday 14 February, 6-8.30pm
Saturday 15 February 12-4pm
Saturdays 15, 29 February and 14, 28 March, 1-3.30pm
Friday 13 March, 6-8.30pm
Thursday 19 March, 6-8.30pm
Friday 27 March, 6-8.30pm
Thursday 2 April, 6-8.30pm
Interruptions/Disruptions is funded by the Public Engagement with Research Unit at the University of Southampton.


Oil and Sugar
Kader Attia, Oil and Sugar #2, 2007. Video, colour, sound. Courtesy the artist, Galerie Nagel Draxler, Tate Modern and Institute for Contemporary Art Boston

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