The Free Exchange

Our popular discussions exploring connections between artistic practice and everyday life continue in our new, updated format. The Free Exchange on Tour takes our existing discussion model into the community, with artist led discussions taking place directly with the groups concerned.

Art, Football + Fans

Roderick Buchanan and Dr Jon Blackwood
7-8.30pm, Tuesday 5 September 2017
Location TBC, Corby

 

Please register your attendance here.

Join football fans, an artist and a writer, at a free and informal talk about identity politics and football.

Roderick Buchanan is an artist based in Glasgow who is interested in how sports, games and recreational activities can express and communicate issues of race, nationality, aspiration, culture and identity. Roderick is also working with Celtic and Rangers fans based in Corby to produce a new film.

Dr Jon Blackwood is a writer and lecturer at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. He is interested in contemporary art, politics and national identity. Now based in NE Scotland, he continues to divide his time between Scotland and the former Yugoslavia.

Contact james@fermynwoods.co.uk with queries or for help with directions.

 

  1. Live StreamDiscussions are also broadcast online live here.

 
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Instead of being concerned with the movement of goods for profit, The Free Exchange facilitates the exchange of ideas between people, and investment is made through time, energy and thought. Click the below to see a compilation of highlights from 2016’s season of the Free Exchange On Tour.

 

  1. Free Exchange 2016Free Exchange On Tour
    Compilation 2016
    June-November 2016

 
 
 
 

The approach is based on the book of the same name, by sociologist Pierre Bourdieu and artist Hans Haake, which documents a dialogue between them concerning cultural politics. Rather than presenting their individual opinions, the discussion reveals rich interdisciplinary insights.The title of the book indicates the authors’ aim to create an “open realm where art and scholarship, free from any symbolic domination, resists the intrusions of market, media and politics during its production, distribution and reception”.

This programme is funded by Arts Council England through Grants for the Arts.

 

Past events are accessible through our online archive.

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