NEW CROSS FRONTLINE:
RACE & CLASS
NEW CROSS FRONTLINE: RACE & CLASS REVISITED
Curated by Ella Jones
16-20 JAN 2017
Art exhibition by Goldsmiths students from the Art and Visual Culture department; addressing issues of race and class through video, sculpture, paint, performance, photography, drawing and writing.
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Ground Floor, St James Hatcham Building (Church)
Aminata Blondin Diop, Amy-Louie Ball, Anna Pye, Clementine Bedos, Diksha Gupta, Djofray Makumbu, Ella Jones, Emmanuel Awuni, Goncalo Neto, Hannah Crawford, Laura Minet, Margaret Jennings, Munesu Mukombe, Rory Edmonds, Sai Stephenson, Sean Phillips, Tanishtha Bhatia Sen Gupta.
MAIDENHEAD n (literary, archaic) virginity, hymen
[artist's hair, unfired clay, sheets of blank paper, Jeanne Durand's drawings, digital embroidery on linen, leaves]
'All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one [wo]man in h[er]is time plays many parts,'
If the institution of female heterosexuality is what makes girls into women, I refuse to be One.
I am a runaway of my class, I remain under disguise.