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This two-day event is a live art presentation of young
people’s perspective of class and gender identity,
developed through a process of creative workshops
with artist Kelly Green (Anglia Ruskin University) and
students from Astor College, Dover.
The work builds on collaborative research between
David Bates (Canterbury Christ Church University)
and Licia Cianetti (Royal Holloway, University of
London), which deals with different aspects of
the process of ‘othering’. This project considers
especially how contemporary forms of media
- internet, TV and the tabloid press - construct
marginalised groups as immoral subjects, as objects
of derision and disgust.
This is part of a contribution to larger work at Tate
Modern in May 2018.
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