As part of the exhibition All You Need’s an Excuse, in collaboration with the London Community Video Archive, we are hosting a day of screenings and discussions with activists, artists and researchers working with the moving image in response to the housing crisis, convened by Ed Webb-Ingall. Participants include members of London Renters Union (Anouska Samms, Oluwatosin Adegoke and Agnieszka Rolkiewicz), Hat Vickers (The Battle for Deptford), John White (Albany Video), Andy Porter (West London Media Workshop), Claire Louise Staunton (MK Gallery/RCA) and artists Ayo Akingbade, Avril Corroon and Winnie Herbstein.
Refreshments will be provided. Childcare will be provided, please get in touch to book a place. Please be aware: For childcare provision we must take bookings because of the child to carer ratio 3:1.
We have some money to cover travel for those who need it; please get in touch for more information.
LUX strives to be as accessible as possible so please contact us if you have any particular access needs by phone 020 3141 2960 or email [email protected] The LUX building is fully wheelchair accessible and there are wheelchair accessible toilet facilities next door. Assistance dogs are welcome in all spaces.
This project is supported by the BFI Film Audience Network as part of Changing Times: Shifting Ground.