An afternoon of radio broadcasts about the UK immigration system. Drawing on their four week research residency in the Bermondsey Bothy, Radio Anti host a series of broadcasts that conduct a literary reading of language used in immigration legislation, visa application forms and official guidance for asylum claimants.
A host of recurring ‘characters’ appear from Radio Anti’s research, including a 1970s concrete building in Croydon called Lunar House, the Southwark Age Assessor, Section 20s, and the shadowy figure of destitution.
Join Radio Anti in the Bermondsey Bothy in CGP’s Gallery Garden at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm for the live broadcasts, or tune in at 87.5fm in the local area, or online.
Radio Anti is a temporary online and FM radio station that investigates a range of theoretical and material subjects through intermittent broadcasts; each of which is unique in its time, place and participants. Radio Anti has transmitted from Tate Liverpool, the Serpentine Gallery and Bloc Projects in Sheffield. It is organised by Matthew De Kersaint Giraudeau and Ross Jardine.
Bermondsey Bothy Residency Programme launch is generously supported by