Radio Ballads

Radio Ballads

Radio Ballads

Offsite Feb 2019 – Ongoing Free

A series of artist residencies and commissions in partnership with Barking and Dagenham Social Care Services.

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Radio Ballads: Sonia Boyce, Fortune Tellers

Radio Ballads: Sonia Boyce, Fortune Tellers

Offsite 2019 - 2021

Sonia Boyce is one of four artists commissioned for Radio Ballads, a civic project in Barking and Dagenham.

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Radio Ballads: Ilona Sagar, The Body Blow

Radio Ballads: Ilona Sagar, The Body Blow

Offsite 2019 - 2021

Ilona Sagar's Radio Ballads project asks to what extent are we a product of our 'body capital', labour and efficiency?

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Radio Ballads: Rory Pilgrim, RAFTS

Radio Ballads: Rory Pilgrim, RAFTS

Offsite 2019 - 2021

In moments of change and transition what supports and keeps us afloat?

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The Resounding Bell  HD Video, 2019 courtesy South London Gallery and andriesse-eyck galerie

RAFTS Workshop

Online 14 Oct 2020 Free

A workshop for social care staff and/or those working in care and community settings.

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RAFTS Showcase

RAFTS Showcase

Online 10 Oct 2020 Free

An online showcase of work in progress from RAFTS, Rory Pilgrim's Radio Ballads commission.

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Radio RAFTS Premiere: Introduced by Rory Pilgrim and Serpentine Civic Curator Amal Khalaf

Radio RAFTS Premiere: Introduced by Rory Pilgrim and Serpentine Civic Curator Amal Khalaf

Online 5 Oct 2020 Free

An online premiere of sound pieces created by Rory Pilgrim with members from their RAFTS workshops for Radio Ballads.

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Helen Cammock: There’s a Hole in the Sky Part II; listening to James Baldwin

Radio Ballads: Helen Cammock, Bass Notes and Flat Lines; The Voice as a Site of Resistance. The Body as a Site of Resilience

Offsite 2019 - 2021

Helen Cammock's Radio Ballads project looks at individual and collective power, asking us to consider where we sit within the social and political spaces we inh...

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Discover 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.

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