This page captures some of the diverse and innovative work being made by UAL staff and students and previous contributors to the zine, that attempts question assumed hierarchies of knowledge and decolonise the curriculum.
Face in the Hole
Installation shown at Tate Exchange by artists Joanna Mamede and Ana Luiza Rodrigues exploring dissociation of political discourse from political image.
Hathor’s Temple is a proposed curation for an exhibition by Darren Farrell, comprised of a selection of texts, drawings and images that aims to identify established links between bodies of information and ideas.
Global Perspectives: Cultural Translations:
a zine produced by the second-year Fashion History and Theory students at Central Saint Martins, as part of their Global Perspectives module
Am I the “IT” in BrITish?
The Performing Race event, curated by Dr Jo Shah SFHEA, took place at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, chaired by former Chief Crown Prosecutor, Nazir Afzal OBE.