| 27th – 29th April | Various Artists | Free |
An exhibition of political street art, photography, visual and video art that will culminate in a one-day workshop of the same name on Friday the 29th of April.
Jane Laurie AKA Mutiny is the Artist in Residence at The Crick Centre and will provide a mural for the outside courtyard.
Stanislaw Cabezas is Visiting Researcher at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, Nacaragua and will work with Dr Holly Eva Ryan who is Postdoctoral Research Associate at The Crick Centre.
Julia Tulke is a PhD student of Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester, New York.
Sophie Harman is Reader in International Politics at Queen Mary’s University in London and will work with Craig Dean Devine, the Director of Photography for Pili and the Left Ones.
There will also be work by 2015 World Photography Organisation/Crick Centre Student Focus Finalists.
This exhibition will culminate in a one-day seminar of the same name. Find out more about the seminar here.