Resisting the Loss of Culture in a Neoliberal Society

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

What if, instead of being surrounded by images that encourage subservience to the status quo, you were surrounded by images that challenged your views and offered you radical new ways of thinking? This interactive session explores how neoliberalism’s favourite persuasion tool, the advert, can be used against itself to create public arts spaces.

Hannah Ellis (@hnnhlls) is a designer exploring the intersection between graphic design and education, through publication and editorial design, writing, lectures, workshops and gallery-based pieces.

Leandro Stafford (@LeandroStafford) is an artist whose work explores social issues and societal constructs through first hand immersion and interaction. Prominent themes in his work are identity, perception and language.

Cost: Free


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