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A Mile in My Shoes by artist Clare Patey

Photo by James Clarke

Clare Patey is an artist, curator and Director of the Empathy Museum. The latest version of their project A Mile in My Shoes brings together 20 new audio stories from refugees and migrants who have made London their home. It opens inside a giant shoebox at The Migration Museum, 8-25 February. Clare writes for Run Riot on the latest incarnation of her work.

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Q&A: Chivaree Circus Creative Director Laurane Marchive on Becoming Shades

After winning the Origins Award for Outstanding new work, Chivaree Circus return to London’s biggest arts festival with their show Becoming Shades: dark, immersive circus that re-imagines a classic myth for a grown-up audience. Run Riot caught up with Creative Director Laurane Marchive to talk about the evolution of circus, feminist performance and inhabiting strange and far-away worlds.

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Barbican’s Director of Arts Louise Jeffreys on The Art of Change

The Barbican’s 2018 season The Art of Change weaves multiple stories and experiences together across all of the Barbican’s art forms to explore changing attitudes, power dynamics, relationships and the treatment of individuals and groups considered to be outside of the mainstream. With new events announced today, the Barbican’s Director of Arts Louise Jeffreys, shares her highlights from the packed programme as well as hopes for the year ahead.

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