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Utopia 2016

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This wide-ranging exhibition features new works from Le Gun Collective, author Philip Hoare and artist Caitlin Shepherd amongst others, including films, immersive installations, durational performance, a national scratch choir, and talks and research that allow audiences to gather a figurative map of what Utopia means today.

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The website and identity for Utopia 2016 has been created by Jeremy Deller and Fraser Muggeridge studio. It is inspired by Thomas More’s Utopian Alphabet, printed in the first edition of Utopia in 1516. The website lists all projects and events happening as part of Utopia 2016, including those outside of the programme at King's College London. 

LIVE STREAMS

 

Neil Denny from Little Atoms talks to the academics, artists, designers and makers behind the works in Paths to Utopia in a series of far-reaching, live-streamed in conversation panel events. Recordings of the live stramed events will also be available to watch online.

 
EXHIBITION GUIDE

 

In the panoptic set of works that have been meticulously developed for Paths to Utopia the challenge is where to place the wanderer, the individual who encounters the ideas presented?
Download the guide to the exhibition for details of the artworks in Paths to Utopia and learn about the collaborations that created them.

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Throughout the run of the exhibition we will present a series of talks, discussions and workshops elucidating the works presented in the exhibition and more. These talks will be broadcast live online, and give audiences the chance to delve deeper into the ideas and the people behind them.

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Do not hesitate to get in touch with the Utopia team if you want to be involved or if you would like more information. 

 
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