Doh Mix Meh Up: Diaspora and Identity in Art
Exhibit Film screening Panel
Saturday, 01 November 2014
Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ
Hosted by Oxford Diasporas Programme
About this event
A free one-day exhibition and performance programme exploring the role of the arts in understanding, expressing and experiencing diaspora. The event brings together artist works, photography, film, spoken word poetry, theatre and a panel discussion as a way of exploring the varied and multifaceted experiences of those around the world who have moved from home to make a new life elsewhere.
Diasporas exist globally and include people with layered and diverse experiences. Art provides a means to express these complexities and creates a platform for alternative narratives, which often challenge existing power structures. Art also invites the viewer to engage with these narratives at a personal level and interpret the subject for themselves. The range of media and creative approaches on show here are as diverse as the people and stories being told.
Pablo & Roxana Allison, Raymond Antrobus,Phoebe Boswell, Rosa Couloute, Scarlett Crawford, David Creedon, Afra Dekie, Sharelly Emanuelson, JJ Bola, Justice in Motion, Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski, Lynette Letic, Caroline Molloy, Melissa Tandiwe Myambo, Miyuki Okuyama, Kajal Nisha Patel, Sharon Paz, Mikaela Toczek, Virtual Migrants and Clare Walter.
Curated by Sunil Shah