Skip to 0 minutes and 9 secondsSTEFAN ROSSBACH: Hi and welcome. I'm Stefan Rossbach, and I'm here with my colleague Iain MacKenzie. We are from the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent. And we would like to invite you to join our short course on 'Politics, Art, and Resistance' where will explore the relationship between politics and art.
Skip to 0 minutes and 30 secondsIAIN MACKENZIE: What is the link between art and activism? In particular, what is the link between what we want to call creative practices and practices of resistance? Is there always in some sense a creative element to an effective practice of resistance? These particular questions raise broader and more general questions I would also like to address as part of this course. I suppose at the most fundamental level, what is the nature of resistance itself? What do you think resistance means for you?
Skip to 1 minute and 20 secondsWelcome to level five of the Blavatnik Building of Tate Modern in London. This is the space where you will have an opportunity to display your image of what it means to resist.
Skip to 1 minute and 36 secondsSTEFAN ROSSBACH: We would like to invite you to send us an image, a picture, a photograph, that tells us what resistance means to you, what it means to you to resist. And we would like you to be as creative as possible.
Skip to 1 minute and 51 secondsIAIN MACKENZIE: This really is a great opportunity to explore what resistance means for you, but also to take that individual sense of resistance and bring it together into a truly collaborative artwork. Please join us. Join us on this journey into the relationship between politics, art, and resistance. Join us in thinking through the links between art and activism. Register, take part, contribute, and together, we can resist.