Conversation #4, 24th March / On Collecting Becontree

Conversation #4
On Collecting Becontree
24th March – Broadcast from 7 – 8.30, IRL from 6.30 – 9

Join Borough Archivist Karen Rushton for a conversation with Verity-Jane Keefe on what it is collect a contemporary Becontree, a contemporary place in flux? Full line up for this event will be confirmed over the coming weeks.

Find out more & booking here

“Conversation (noun)

A talk, especially an informal one, between two or more people, in which news and ideas are exchanged.”

A series of conversations in response to the themes of Living Together, Becontree and its centenary. The conversations will be blended, recorded in front of a live studio audience at Valence Library and streamed on LT TV.

You can watch online at: www.livingtogether.org.uk/tv

Verity-Jane Keefe is a visual artist working predominantly in the public realm to explore the complex relationship between people and place. She is interested in the role and potential of the artist within urban regeneration. Working with moving image, text and installation to explore possible taxonomies of everyday life. She has a long term working relationship with Barking and Dagenham, making work for, about and with the borough since 2006 as well as across Outer London and internationally.