The Exchange is a space for collaboration and innovation: a place where research from across the social sciences is communicated in new and exciting ways, to staff and students from King’s and beyond
Our exhibitions, events and installations demonstrate the breadth and depth of our research in SSPP and the impact that our scholars have on understanding society, our environment and economy at a time of great change.
Many of our activities in The Exchange bring together artists with scholars, to explore the intersection between the social sciences and the arts.
We aim to create an interactive, inclusive and inspiring space that supports the exchange of knowledge.
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Autumn 2019 Programme
7-29 September, 2019/ Student Exhibition/ A selection of artwork by students in the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy.
1 October-15 November, 2019/ Exclusion / Artists in Residence Collection/ Works created by researcher-artist collaborations with Dr Pablo de Orellana, Mariah Whelan (poet) Dr Henry Redwood, Vladimir Miladinovic (artist), Dr Negar Elodie Behzadi, Prof. Cathy McIlwaine, Gael le Cornec (actor.) Hosted by VEM+
9-24 January / #MyPalestine / A crowd-sourced Photography Exhibition/ Curated by ICSR
1-20 February / Twenty-Four Stills / Photography/ Dr Carlo Caduff’s ethnographic study of cancer India
1-14 March / Gender & Home/ A showcase of work for International Women's Day / King's Gender Network
26 March 6.15-8.15pm / Creative Writing & Illustration Workshop: British Identity in the age of Brexit, with Tolu Agbelusi , Jess Nash and UK and a Changing Europe
28 March, 6.15pm- 8.15pm/ 'Home Is...' Creative Writing Workshop, with Tolu Agbelusi exploring migration, displacement and identity with the Migration Research Group
5 April, 6.30pm / Home Is...A showcase of work and performances
25 April- 30 May/ Truth Tellers: Traumatic truth-making as art and politics. An exhibition of art, poetry and narrative created from a collaboration between painter Tom de Freston, poet Mariah Whelan and international relations scholars Drs. Christiana Spens (St Andrews) and Pablo de Orellana (KCL).
3-4 June Visual Embodied Methodologies Network (VEM) Workshops