Above images: Finding Fanon 3 (2017) Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Photography by Claire Barrett, Untitled by Leon B, Deconstruction and the Limits of Interpretation by John M, Fragmentary by Daniel Regan, Concealment by Esther Maxwell Orumbie
The exhibition takes themes within Larry Achiampong and David Blandy’s The Finding Fanon Trilogy, a multi-layered exploration of race, identity and globalisation, as a starting point for an enquiry into subjectivity and art’s potential to offer new ways of being and becoming.
Join invited artists, clinicians and academics to discuss the themes of the exhibition as part of the related programme of talks and events, April – May 2018.
BETHLEM SALON #9: FINDING FANON
Saturday 26th May, 3.30-5.30pm
The Bethlem Salon Series brings together artists, academics and clinicians to think about a particular theme.
Salon #9 offers a screening of Larry Achiampong and David Blandy’s The Finding Fanon Trilogy, a multi-layered exploration of race, identity and globalisation. Join invited artists, clinicians and academics for an artists’ Q&A after the screening.
To book go to our eventbrite page
DIVERSITY AND THE ARCHIVE (seminar)
Tuesday 8th May, 4.00 – 6.00pm,
This informal seminar will use visual materials in London-based archives to explore issues of cultural identity and representation in photography and print. Join us to discuss how archive resources from Autograph ABP and INIVA can be used to develop and reflect on our practice.
BEHTLEM GALLERY ART WORKSHOPS
Join us on the first Saturday of the month 10.30am – 12pm in the gallery studio for art workshops relating to themes within the exhibition.