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The Girl at The Door: Equality, Gender & Society

On the eve of International Women's Day 2015 the UCL Quad will become a site for discovery that explores the legacy of suffrage and investigates the relationship between art and social change.

6 - 7 March 2015
Friday, 1-8pm
Saturday, 1-6pm

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So Many Constellations

Presents eight painters whose work is concerned with painting as silent poetry.

Preview: Friday 6 March, 6-10pm

6 - 20 March 2015
Sunday, 12-5pm

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Tifkas

The first solo exhibition by artist duo Hannah Quinlan Anderson & Rosie Hastings. A book, titled @Gaybar after the duo's 2014 project, will accompany the exhibition.

Preview: Thursday 5 March, 6.30-9pm

6 March - 4 April 2015
Thursday to Saturday, 12-5pm

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LikeMe Labs

Alisa Leimane's immersive installation researches the construction of our online identities and attempts to challenge these ideas through a series of experiments, interviews and performances.

Preview: Thursday 5 March, 6-9pm

10 February - 20 March 2015
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Identikit II

A site-specific photographic installation by Annalisa Sonzogni inside the former Assembly Hall of the Lilian Baylis Old School before its final refurbishment.

Preview: Thursday 5 March, 6.30-8pm

6 March - 20 March 2015
Tuesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Echo, Echo, Echo

As part of fig-2 Deborah Coughlin, Michael Shaw and a 22-piece all girl choir GAGGLE present 'Echo, Echo, Echo' with special guests.

Event: Thursday 5 March, 6.30-6.50pm

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The de beauvoir residencies

Week seven with Natalie Marr.

5 - 8 March 2015
by appointment only

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Aim-Less

To mark the end of Maria Jose Arjona's Occupation residency the artist will present a solo exhibition and new durational performance.

5 - 7 March 2015
Daily, 5-11pm

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Perpetual Instability

Brazilian artist Lucas Simoes presents an installation of new works in concrete responding to the current situation of Brutalist architecture.

Preview: Thursday 5 March, 6-9pm

6 March - 11 April 2015
Friday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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9/50 Deborah Coughlin with Gaggle

Claiming the fig-2 space to generate ideas and positions taken by women today, the week will cultivate performances and speeches delivered live.

Preview: Monday 2 March, 6-8pm
(access from Carlton House Terrace only)

2 - 8 March 2015
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm
Thursday, 11am-9pm

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ISSUE 16

We are delighted to release Issue 16 of the Art Licks magazine for Spring 2015.

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Turibulum Game Plan Screening

An evening of artists' films for the occasion of the exhibition 'Turibulum Game Plan Screening', (Cedric Eisenring, Mary Hurrell, Mathis Gasser).

Event: Saturday 28 February, 8.30pm

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The de beauvoir residencies

Week six with Victoria Burgher.

Open evening: Friday 27 February, 7-9pm

26 - 29 February
Appointment only

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Unlearning to speak

Group exhibition that explores how escaping from pre-existing language forms may give rise to new ways of thinking.

Preview: Friday 27 February, 6.30-9pm

28 February - 11 April 2015
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Reading Rye Lane

Public participatory performance from Anna Best, the artist of the current exhibition 'The Subject Index'.

Event: Friday 27 February, 5.30-8pm

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Sex Shop

Originally a highlight of the 2014 Folkestone Fringe, Sex Shop swaps the salty sea air for London's East End.

Preview: Friday 27 February, 6-9pm

28 February - 29 March 2015
Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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And More Again

New work from a group of emerging and enterprising Camberwell College of Art students with diverse interests and practices.

Preview: Friday 27 February, 6-9pm

28 February - 1 March 2015
Saturday to Sunday, 11am-4pm

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Art Licks, Issue 16 launch

Launch of Art Licks Issue 16 at the artist-led project space & hair salon DKUK, alongside the opening of Stephen Hall's exhibition.

Event: Friday 27 February, 6-9pm

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Citrus Lush Bongo

A three-week pop up project based in a former tanning and beauty salon. Week one presents work by Jonathan Kelly, Miriam Maselkowski, Declan Jenkins & Magdalena Drwiega.

Preview: Thursday 26 February, 6-9pm

25 February - 1 March
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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The Duddo Field Club Audit

A further iteration of the ceramic works made by William Cobbing during his Lipman residency at Newcastle University.

Preview: Thursday 26 February, 6.30-8.30pm

27 February - 4 April 2014
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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