Visible Justice brings together artists, activists, journalists, civil liberties groups, human rights lawyers and media students for an exhibition and events programme exploring social justice in national and international contexts.
Address:London College of Communication
Elephant and Castle
Post code:SE1 6SB
Telephone:+44 (0)20 7514 6500
Open hours:17 April – 3 May 2019
11am – 7pm
DescriptionPresented by London College of Communication’s Media School for its annual public showcase, Visible Justice will investigate the role of media technologies and collaborative partnerships in relation to such issues as climate change, displacement and persecution of refugees, knife crime, torture and rendition, state power, incarceration and the death penalty. Curated by artist David Birkin and writer and London College of Communication Course Leader Max Houghton, Visible Justice will feature immersive installation, photography, video, sound, and a series of talks, performances, screenings and events – all free and open to the public. Collaborative partners: Reprieve, PlanB, Poulomi Basu, David Blandy and Larry Achiampong, the Refugee Journalism Project. Full programme to follow. Free and open to all. arts.ac.uk/lcc
By Bus:Elephant & Castle is extremely well connected for buses across London that stop next to the College including: 1, 12, 35, 40, 45, 53, 63, 68, 100, 133, 136, 148, 155, 168, 171, 172, 176, 196, 188, 333, 343, 344, 360, 363, 415, 453, 468, C10 and P5. Visit the Transport for London website to plan your journey.
By Tube:Both the Bakerloo and Northern lines stop at Elephant & Castle underground station. The College is opposite the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, on the same side of the road as the Metropolitan Tabernacle. View the TFL tube map and plan your journey on the Transport for London website.
By Train:The College site is connected by Thameslink trains which stop at Elephant & Castle rail station, across the road from the College.
Access for wheelchair users
Large print available
Level access toilet
Positive about disabled people