What's On > Labels - Robert Clack School Students
The exhibition ‘Labels’ was constructed by Robert Clack students for Oxford House and will run at Oh! gallery from the 20th February until 3rd March.
‘There are two sides to everyone: you, and who people think you are. The problem is these two don’t really line up, and society starts to care less about your words and more about the words they gave you. Instead of your values, they see your hair colour. The way you look starts to matter more than the way you are. We don’t like that. No, we hate that. We hate a world where people are stopped on the streets for the colour of their skin, or where women are “asking for it” if they wear the wrong clothing. So that’s what this exhibition is all about: showing you all these stereotypes that plague society, starting a discussion.
The labels aren’t us, so let’s rip them off.’
Private View 2 March 6-8pm
There will be a private view of the exhibition on 2nd March 2017, 6-8 pm. Students will guide guests through the exhibition and be on hand to answer questions about the collected pieces. Food from different cultures will be available in the canteen and students will be performing some rehearsed readings of their work in the theatre. Entry is free.
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This exhibition is part of “Oxford House Supporting New Talent” programme. We aim to give quality opportunities to emerging visual artists and performers by providing support and affordable space.
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