How do people resist and survive within oppressive societies through acts of solidarity? How do we make visible the unsung gendered labour of care within communities? How can the concept of sousveillance also become a resistant practice of seeing each other through a lens of care rather than oppression?
Together through a series of discussions and exercises led by Simone Browne, Sondra Perry and Mia Charlene White, the group will share how we challenge these repressions with counter-narratives and community action.
This workshop is free to attend but booking is required and on this occasion people who identify as female, non-binary or trans POC will be given priority places.
To book a place, please send a brief expression of interest (100 words max) to the Serpentine Projects team Amal Khalaf on [email protected] and Elizabeth Graham on [email protected] by Friday 11th May.
Participants will be contacted no later than 12th of May to confirm attendance.