Glasgow Womens Library, 14th August – 16th October 2021
How have individuals and collectives imagined alternative ways of living and organising? Life Support considers how artists and activists have addressed and challenged experiences of care, health, education, housing and home life.
The exhibition includes materials from the Docklands Community Poster Project originally shown in If You Lived Here…, an exhibition curated by artist Martha Rosler at Dia Art Foundation, New York 1989-90.
On 12th September 2019 masters students following the specialism in art and social practice led by Loraine Leeson and Alberto Duman exhibited the results of their study in the MA graduate shows.
Wendy Charlton, Alison Lam, Dorottya Szilagyi and Natalia Talamagka have focused on topics as diverse as the regeneration of a North London housing estate, carer experience of autistic children, the recycling of plastic and survival strategies for victims of domestic violence. The media on which they have drawn has included film, photography, live events, sculplture, installation and app design. Tragically the MA Art and Social practice that was supporting these students, has been discontinued by the university for financial reasons. However social practice work at Middlesex continues through other specialisms such as MA Fine Art.
An exhibition of Loraine Leeson and Peter Dunn’s work on health issues in 1970s
6th May – 2nd July 2017
ICA, The Mall, London SW1Y5AH
The Big Money is Moving In photomural produced by Peter Dunn and Loraine Leeson in the 1980’s as part of the Docklands Community Poster Project is part of the timeline in the new Tanks section at Tate Modern.
The Big Money is Moving In photomural featured in the V&A exhibition Postmodernism Style and Subversion 1970-1990, has now moved to the Swiss National Museum, Zurich.