A chance to find out more about Caroline Caycedo’s extraordinary Serpent River Book that runs through the exhibition ‘When Walls Become Rivers’.
Dr Lisa Blackmore, will open up a conversation that reveals the lives of rivers and the struggles waged by social movements and indigenous communities to protect water – and other forms of ecological commons – from commodification and privatisation.
Tracing these journeys through the Serpent River Book’s 72 pages, Lisa Blackmore will offer new insights into one of Caycedo’s iconic works.
Dr Lisa Blackmore is from the School of Philosophy and Art History, at the University of Essex
Admission free – all welcome.