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Through the double focus on the themes of resistance and confrontation, this talk delineates the volatile dynamics underpinning Mohamed Bourouissa’s art. It draws on a wide range of Bourouissa’s projects spanning photography, moving image and installation to show how these works intersect with symbolic, spatial and political constructions of inequality, social exclusion and racialised identities. In tracing these connections, Olga Smith engages with Jacques Rancière’s concept of ‘the sharing of the sensible’ to explore the transformative potential of art.

This event will take place online on Zoom. You will be emailed with information on joining the conversation before the session is due to take place.

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Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art

St James', New Cross, London, SE14 6AD

020 8228 5969


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Temporarily closed - Opening 21 May

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You do not have to leave the gallery at a particular time, however there are limitations on numbers of people per room, and we ask that you follow a marked route during your visit to minimise contact with other visitors.

Please note that face coverings are mandatory. Social distancing is required in all spaces. Please stay at home if you feel unwell.

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