About Kingsway Corridor
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The light-filled Kingsway Corridor is how you’ll get to some of the teaching spaces at the back of the Richard Hoggart Building, but it’s also where a host of thought-provoking exhibitions take place throughout the year.
This particular exhibition is called ‘Weaving Archives’, and explores the complexities of hair as both a material entangled in systematic, gendered and racialised oppression, but also a site for Black feminist expressions of radical love, joy and kinship. It was co-curated by Rambisayi Marufu, Professor Emma Tarlo (Department of Anthropology) and artist Farrah Riley Gray.
Other recent exhibitions have included ‘Windrush: Arrival 1948’ – which recreated the landing cards destroyed by the Home Office in 2010, and shed light on the untold stories of some of the vessel’s passengers – and ‘Golddream’, a showcase of psychedelic gig posters and stories from London Students’ Unions of the 1960s and 1970s.
Exhibitions like these form part of Goldsmiths’ vibrant events programme.
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