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Larry Achiampong: When the Sky Falls

25 January - 21 March 2020

When the Sky Falls is Larry Achiampong’s most ambitious and personal show to date. Featuring new moving image, sound and sculptural installations, this exhibition transforms John Hansard Gallery into a purgatorial space based on...
Many voices, all of them loved

01 February - 11 April 2020

Featuring: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Kader Attia, Laure Prouvost, Willem de Rooij, Liza Sylvestre and Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa   This group exhibition explores how contemporary artists are mobilising the voice as sound, as metaphor, and as...
Lindsay Seers: Every Thought There Ever Was

08 February - 11 April 2020

Through the use of digital animation, robotics, film, drawing and sound design Lindsay Seers has created a complex and layered environment that explores a world experienced differently. Inspired by Avatar Therapy, Seers draws on philosophical...

14 February - 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...
Auditory Surveillance

14 February 2020

At this listening session, we will present Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s audio documentary, The Freedom of Speech Itself (2012) and Dr Tom Rice will lead a workshop on auditory surveillance.   Dr. Tom Rice will explore the...
Events / Children & Families
Space To Create! | Voice Maps

15 February 2020

Led by Dr Sophie Holmes-Elliott (Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Southampton) invites you to explore the uniqueness and value of you and your family’s voices. You’ll learn about the phonetic and sociolinguistic science behind...
Disruptions Workshops

15 February - 28 March 2020

‘Disruptions’ is a series of four creative writing workshops, led by poet Nisha Ramayya, and organized in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Many voices, all of them loved’. Following the key questions of the exhibition...
Centre for Imperial and Post Colonial Studies & The Parkes Institute presents: Jews and Muslims in the History of Europe

19 February 2020

Jews and Muslims in the History of Europe: Writing the Continent Against the Grain European history continues to be defined as a field by a notion of Europe - its borders, values and civilization - that is structured by Christianity and...
Digital Identities and Wellbeing: Teach Meet

12 March 2020

Teachers are invited to explore cross-curricular thinking, network with other teachers and share best practice on the themes of digital identities, mental health and wellbeing using our Lindsay Seers exhibition A Thought There Ever Was as a...
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