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Speaking to Support Structures: FerArts

FerArts, a collective of socially-engaged artists, share their approach to amplifying marginalised voices across the creative industries and society.

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Speaking to Support Structures: Beverley Bennett

Artist, filmmaker and Support Structures fellow Beverley Bennett speaks about founding and caring for the different forms of relationships that are core to her work.

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Black Planetarium

Black Planetarium

Responding to Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster's Alienarium 5, this short story embraces cosmic metamorphosis and imagines a moment of Black transcendence.

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Speaking to Support Structures: RESOLVE Collective

Members of interdisciplinary design collective RESOLVE consider how they work to realise just and equitable visions of change.

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Speaking to Support Structures: Barby Asante

Support Structures for Support Structures Fellow Barby Asante reflects on how acceptance and reciprocity can form foundations for creative support.

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Speaking to Support Structures: Abbas Zahedi

Artist and Support Structures for Support Structures fellow Abbas Zahedi offers insight into the centrality of invitation and dialogue to his practice.

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Photo Poetry: Three Responses to James Barnor's Archive

Samatar Elmi, Louisa Adjoa Parker and Amina Jama write poetry in response to the vivid photographs of British-Ghanaian photographer, James Barnor.

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Home Video: A Conversation on the Role of Video in Current Housing Struggles

Home Video: A Conversation on the Role of Video in Current Housing Struggles

In the context of the UK's housing crisis, Ed Webb-Ingall speaks to three activists about how video-making is used in struggles for safe and affordable homes.

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Reading List: Helen Cammock for Radio Ballads

How can we speak, write and think of care? This reading list gathers titles that can help us reconsider how we relate to one another and take caring action.

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Serpentine Podcast

Bringing together the artists, writers and thinkers of our time to explore timely questions around technology, ecology and equality.

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Archive

Discover over 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architectural Pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas Marathons and research-led initiatives, explore our past projects and exhibitions.

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