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Thursday 28 April 2016 at Access Space
7.00pm – 9.00pm
Free Event

Followed by drinks at the Rutland
Facebook event www.facebook.com/events/620840008073203/

The evening will present short videos from a range of artists and filmmakers Rose Butler, Katie Davies, Kyprianou and Hollington, John Jordan, Jane Lawson, Office of Community Sousveillance, Bede Robinson and Sophie Robinson. The films evoke commentary on borders, migration, surveillance, power and control but also present maverick intervention, playfulness and humour. Some of the artists will be present to introduce their work and you are welcome to join us for a short Q+A following the screenings.

The films have been bought together in response to Theresa May’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill and in support of the campaigns opposing the bill lead by Liberty and Privacy International.

Image: Office of Community Sousveillance

Rose Butler is an artist and post-graduate research scholar at Sheffield Hallam University examining the evolving relationship between contemporary art practice and surveillance methodology, technology and ethics.

Access Space, 3-7 Sidney St, Sheffield S1 4RG 0114 249 5522 @accessspace facebook.com/accessspace

More info: jake@access-space.org

The arts programme at Access Space is supported
using public funding by Arts Council England