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The Art of Protest

How do art and protest meet? We explore acts of defiance with artists, poets and activists

Jeremy Deller The Battle of Orgreave Archive (An Injury to One is an Injury to All) 2001 

Jeremy Deller
The Battle of Orgreave Archive (An Injury to One is an Injury to All) 2001
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© Jeremy Deller. Commissioned and produced by Artangel.

In this episode we look at how art can be an act of protest. How can art be used to question ideas relating to recognition, representation and equality? Hear artists, activists and a poet discuss their experiences of using their work to bring about change.

Featuring Scottee, Jeremy Deller, Anahita Rezvani-Rad, Sarah Carne, Hilary Powell, Daniel Edelstyn and Alistair Gentry (Bank Job) and Raju Rage.

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