Books and Exhibitions

Books

2017

Coming of Age: Commission about how 1970’s racism was challenged through art, and youth movements (due September 2017)

2014

Patrin – Gypsy Heritage in the East Midlands (available at Amazon)

No Tears for me my mother : Saluting black service personnel and their families in World War II (Introduction)

2007

Images in : Coming of Age Celebrating 21 years of the Mela by Irna Qureshi (available at Amazon)

Writer for Media Diversified, The Monitoring Group, and Creative Nottingham website (www.creativenottingham.com).

Exhibitions (selected)

2017

Art, Activism, Race and Social Justice timeline : part of ‘The Place is Here’ , Nottingham Contemporary, 4 February – 30 March 2017

2016

Desi Pubs : part of Alchemy Festival, Southbank centre, London 20-30 May 2016

2014

Boundaries : 4th -7th October 2014 at the Society of Artists (Nottingham)

Textures of Archive : 18th March – 4th April 2014 at the LCB Depot (Leicester)

Feminism and Enlightenment : 25th January – 2nd February 2014 at the Society of Artists (Nottingham)

2013

Human Creates : Human Destroys : 13th July – 3rd August 2013 at the New Art Exchange, Nottingham

2010

Coming of Age : 29 May – 24 July 2010 at the New Art Exchange Nottingham

Coming of Age : 7 August – 7 November 2010 at the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery Bradford

Talks/ Conferences

2017

The Art of Protest : Goldsmiths University of London 

Art, Activism, Race and Social Justice : Nottingham Contemporary

2016

Racial Justice and Photography : Glasgow University: ESRC workshop on Austerity, Racism and Resistance

2015

Get Up Stand Up is a collaboration between New Art Exchange and NCCL at Galleries of Justice Museum, exploring the idea of international civil rights.  As part of the seminar ‘Racial Equality and Anti-racism : How to rethink identity and belonging’, I gave a historical overview of the anti-racist movement in Britain, from the 1800’s to the present day, and some of the issues affecting image making and identity formation when you take a long historical perspective.