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Scottish Independents

Scottish Independents


 
This democratisation of the intellect is our inheritance (not least since we have already paid for it), our creative commons; it is what enables us to innovate and to engage transnationally.
This is an invaluable and ambitious international role for interdependent organisations to play.
The history of artists’ cultural self-determination is linked and made stronger by that of making real the promise of political self-determination.
12:00 Friday 18th November 2011
Lecture Theatre
Royal College of Art, Sculpture School Project Space, 15-25 Howie Street Battersea
Followed by a presentation by Siesta Pinwheel.

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