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Art, Culture and Politics at the Margin | Deptford X, Project Space | Sexta, 15. Novembro 2019

Art Action UK Residency Project 2019
Art, Culture and Politics at the Margin
Artist Talk and Film Screening Event with Satoshi Hashimoto
 
Friday 15th November,  6 - 8 pm
Deptford X, project space, Brookmill Road, Deptford SE4
Ticket : £7 / £5 (concession for students and the unwaged) 
A ticket includes screening, drinks & popcorn.

Art Action UK 2019 Residency Award winner Satoshi Hashimoto will introduce his art practice and discuss art, politics and marginalised groups in current Japan, focusing on the pervasive nature of racial/sexual discriminations, and how artists are responding to these situations.
Morgan Quaintance’s film Letter from Tokyo focuses on how arts initiatives are working with communities at the margins of society, and what public space means in a culture where the notion of public is not a given.


Satoshi Hashimoto is an artist, activist, curator, researcher based in Tokyo, operating internationally. Often taking performative and audience participatory approaches, Hashimoto's practice goes beyond normative understanding of art. His recent project include, “198 Methods of Abstract Direct Action”, “Pie Charts: Everything and Others” and "The World’ s Three Major Round Things: the Sun, the Moon,the Eye"

Morgan Quaintance is a London-based writer, musician, broadcaster and curator. Born in South London, he is a regular contributor to Art Monthly, and has written for The Guardian, The Wire, Art Review, Frieze, Rhizome.org, and a number of curatorial sites and blogs. He is a contributing editor for E-Flux’s online publishing portal Art Agenda, and was the 2015/16 curatorial fellow at Cubitt Gallery, London. His moving-image work has been shown recently at LIMA, Amsterdam, Cubitt Gallery, London; Jerwood Space, London; the 14th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, London Film Festival 2018, and November Film

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Art Action UK is a collective of artists, curators, gallerists and writers who are exploring various means to show solidarity and support for artists who have been affected by natural and manmade disasters. The 2011 Japanese earthquake, tsunami and subsequent Fukushima nuclear fallout has been the catalyst for Art Action UK. AAUK has been Awarding Residency Project to host artists in the UK and delivering a wide range of


image by Satoshi Hashimoto