Exhibitions & Events in 2015

1 December 2014 to 1 March 2015, Atrium and Centre of Latin American Studies

A Token of Concrete Affection

Works from the personal collection of Stephen Bann relating to close exchanges between Cambridge and Brazilian poets in the 1960s.

29 January to 27 March 2015, floors 2 & 3 of the ARB

Embodied Memories – Another Perspective on Research in Africa

Ashley Ouvrier

A reception and academic colloquium entitled Virulence: visualising the African body as a vector of epidemics will take place on 19 February 2015. 

14 February 2015, 11.30 am – 5.00 pm, Room SG1, Alison Richard Building

Concrete Poetry International Exchanges


Viral – Photography in the Age of Social Media

CRASSH & United Photo Industries

19 February 2015, exhibition reception and academic colloquium

7 April to 25 June 2015, exhibition on all floors

Paul Janssens – Journey

Paintings based on the artist’s travels in the UK and abroad. For further details click here.

18 June to 4 September 2015


Jane Watt & Christopher McHugh

Atrium and seminar rooms SG1 & SG2

6 July to 27 September 2015

James Faure Walker – painting and digital works

Private view Thursday 9 July, 6-8pm

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Exhibition on all floors. An Alumni Festival event will take place on 27 September 2015.

8 – 10 July 2015


Sanctuary – Caitlin Shepherd

A sound installation in the atrium, part of the conference Sound Studies: Art, Experience, Politics

5 October to 23 December 2015, exhibition on the ground, first and second floor

Jenny Langley – Threads of Life

Exploring and celebrating the structural diversity of proteins through embroidery and printing

Exhibition opening on Thursday 8 October, 6-8pm, Festival of Ideas exhibition tour with Jenny on Tuesday 20 October

15 October to 15 November 2015, selected works in the atrium and the ground floor seminar room windows


Critical Cloth – Rhiannon Williams

Part of Art Language Location Cambridge

10 November to 15 December 2015, exhibition on the third floor by the Centre of African Studies


Zanzibar’s Story: Remembering the past, Securing the future

A World Monuments Fund exhibition about Christ Church Cathedral and the site of the former slave markets in Stone Town, Zanzibar

10 November to 18 December 2105, situated in the atrium


Inside Snowden’s Suitcase

An interactive installation in association with the Ethics of Big Data research group at CRASSH.

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