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Arts in society

Boom-imageBoom! The politics of black sound

This project uses a combination of music, movement, drama and meditation to encourage self-expression and connectedness for young people living with HIV with the aim of improving their engagement in HIV care. 

Food-FictionsFood fictions & frictions

This project looks at our evolving relationship to what we eat, particularly in the social media and digital technology era.


Migrant agencyMigrant agency and the moving image

Explore the ongoing “refugee crisis” through the eyes of refugees themselves, following on from the work of the King's Migration Research Group.

RestRest in public space

This project aims to highlight the value of restorative public spaces by examining cultural attitudes towards public rest, alongside a diverse range of personal tactics that people use to elicit a sense of calm or rest at the emotional and sensory level.

The Filibuster imageThe filibuster

This project is a 12 hour durational performance piece featuring a series of female identifying performers speaking spontaneously, tackling the baggage around public discourse and women.


What-does-consent-sound-likeWhat does consent sound like?

This project aims to explore issues of sexuality and consent, masculinity and male privilege within educational contexts.


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