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What’s Next looks to uncover what young people think about economy, equality, education and digital politics. Each week a different art collective, group of hackers, printers and photographers will take over the gallery space and create work in response to a live Twitter feed as people discuss a specific topic.
“If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention.”
The youth of today have a lot on their plate; record tuition fees, fierce competition for jobs at Pound Stretcher and a future of crippling debt. So what do the youth think about it all? Are they angry? Are they more politicised than ever? Or are they more interested in TOWIE and snaring their 15 minutes through whatever means?
There will be a different panel discussion and workshop each week, exploring the themes of Economy, Equality, Digital Politics and Education. These panels are made up of a rich and inspiring collective of thinkers, doers and activists.
Critical Architecture Network (CAN)
Economy week 4 – 9 June 2012
CAN will be taking a literal and critical view of the current economic crisis as it affects recent graduates and the younger generation, through live work, a panel discussion and student workshop.
A Live Panel Discussion at 7pm on the Thursday evening will feature:
Tickets are free and you can get them here
The following weeks will feature:
Equality week 11 – 16 June 2012
Technology Will Save Us
Digital Politics week 18 – 23 June 2012
People of Print
Education week 25 – 30 June 2012
What’s next? Do they have big plans on how to right today’s wrongs? Do they have new ideas on how deal with the problems they have inherited? We want to find out.
Exhibition & panel discussions run 4 – 30 June 2012 at KK Outlet, 42 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6PB