Interference Archive: Activating Social Movement Histories

Design Activism

13 Nov 2014

5.30pm to 8.30pm

The Design Activism Research Hub Presents:
Interference Archive: Activating Social Movement Histories


This event brings speakers from New York's Interference Archive  to discuss the relationship between archives, politics, cultural production and social movement histories. Interference Archive is a collectively run 'archive from below'  that comprises a social and study centre, exhibitions, events and publications. The talk will be followed by Q&A with London-based radical archivists from Feminist Library, 56a Infoshop and Bishopsgate Institute.

Please join us for drinks and networking in the Typo Cafe after the talk. Places are free but booking essential.
This is a Design Activism Research Hub event in association with the LCC Graduate School.