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THURSDAY 19 JUNE | 4PM | VIVID PROJECTS
POP-UP SALON: DALAL ARCHIVE FILM SCREENING + Q&A
Documentary photographer and 'Archival Activism’ founder Inès Elsa Dalal resurrects an archive of family photographs from an album dated given to her by her Grandmother earlier this year and dated 1958-70.‘Archival Activism’ is a public, participatory arts project inviting you to share archival photographs and anecdotes.
This salon is an opportunity to bring your own family photographs with the intention of evoking a desire to research into your ancestral heritage.The more we know about ourselves, the better we can relate to one another.
The Dalal Archive film screening (6m, 28secs) is followed by a Q&A session is presented as part of FILM/ FEMINISM/ ACTIVISM/ IDENTITY: Looking Out From the CCCS, a month long season of exhibition, provocation and events investigating the impact of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS).
Vivid Projects | 16 Minerva Works | 158 Fazeley Street | Digbeth | Birmingham | B5 5RS
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Vivid Projects is a collaborative project space exploring all forms of media arts practice, and is based in Birmingham, UK.