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This collage image provides ‘context’ to one of my documentary research projects, the updated version of ‘The Day the Country Died: a history of anarcho-punk in the UK’. This image is a ‘mood board’ in a series of twelve which offers an expansion of the original documentary intention into other forms as an ‘expanded’ practice output. This image also addresses some key issues addressed in the interviews contained in video work concerning, state intervention in the individual’s life and our collective rights to resist against corporate power. This image helps document my interpretation of these power relationships and how extra-ordinary ‘people’ are prepared to resist as a back drop to the anarcho-punk scene.
Exhibition held in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Punk Scholars Network Conference and Postgraduate Symposium: The Art of Punk, at The University of Northampton, 25 November 2016.