Tag Archives: protest infrastructure

Objecting to apartheid: disobedient objects at the V&A

Gavin has written a guest post for the Disobedient Objects blog hosted by the V&A Museum. Disobedient Objects is an exhibition “about the art and design produced by grassroots social movements” which will open at the V&A at the end of July, running until … Continue reading

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Being ‘non-stop against apartheid’: seminar in Nottingham (5 February)

On Wednesday 5th February 2014 Gavin Brown will be giving a seminar at the University of Nottingham about the Non-Stop Picket project. His talk is called “Being ‘non-stop against apartheid’: the spatialities and temporalities of British solidarity activism in the late … Continue reading

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Playing with fire: protesting against apartheid heats up (briefly)

With snow on the ground here in Leicester (and continuing to fall over much of the UK) the article I had planned for this week seems more apt than ever.  In January 1987, in the midst of one of the … Continue reading

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