Shouting in Whispers

Solo exhibition by Helen Cammock who uses research, found materials and conversations to create intersectional dialogues that look at individual and collective power.

at CUBITT

Shouting in Whispers is a solo exhibition by Helen Cammock. The exhibition uses research, found materials and conversations to create intersectional dialogues that look at individual and collective power, questioning the role of the individual and asking us to consider where we sit within the political and social spaces we inhabit.

Cammock's practice is prefaced by writing, borrowing the words of others to use alongside her own, including Maya Angelou, James Baldwin, Franz Fanon and Jamaica Kincaid. She re-tells histories that have been silenced, unheard and unrecorded or not categorised into the whitewashed, generalised and dominant histories we read, teach and tell today.

Cubitt

Opening Times
Preview: Thursday 5 October, 6.30-8.30pm

6 October - 12 November 2017
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

Where
CUBITT
Gallery and Studios, 8 Angel Mews,
London
N1 9HH