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Sonia Boyce in new Iniva group show
27 March - 18 May 2013, London

Sonia Boyce participates in Keywords

A group exhibition at Rivington Place, London from 27 March - 18 May 2013

Iniva (Insitute of International Visual Arts) presents an expansive programme of exhibitions, lectures, film and learning projects in partnership with Tate Liverpool, expanding on Raymond Williams' studies of words into three-dimensional form.

Words stay the same but their use often changes. These cultural shifts in society fascinated Raymond Williams, who in 1976 published the seminal book, Keywords - a vocabulary of culture and society, in which he analysed the use and meanings of over a hundred words such as anarchism, originality, genius and democracy.

Keywords draws on loans from Tate Collection and explores words through works of art. The works date from 1976 focusing on material from the 1980s and early 1990s, including a frieze commission by Luca Frei and Will Holder.

Keyword Lectures examine terms such as Equality, Theory and Sex, and Keywords Investigations invites you to explore your own words as part of a 10-week workshop.

Artists include: Sonia Boyce, Willie Doherty, Rita Donagh, Sunil Gupta, Mona Hatoum, Lubaina Himid, Inventory, Derek Jarman, Louis Le Brocquy, Gustav Metzger, Donald Rodney, Guy Tillim, David Wojnarowicz, Stephen Willats and Carey Young. Talks programme includes: Linda Bellos, Leo Bersani, Douglas Crimp and Geeta Kapur.

Venue: Rivington Place, London, EC2A 3BA Telephone: 020 7749 1240

Exhibition opening times
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 11am – 6pm
Thursday 11am – 9pm, Saturday 12 – 6pm
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Bank Holidays

Keywords continues at Tate Liverpool in 2014.

Talks and Events programme
A series of events exploring art's relationship to history and contemporary politics accompanies the exhibition.

More information: here