Where Were You in 1992?
Where Were You in 1992? is a multi-platform project that looks at the technologies and practices of activism in the 1990s. Starting from the anti-racist struggle in the UK and the resistance to ethno-nationalism in Yugoslavia, the project explores the legacy of European ‘liberalism’, ‘multiculturalism’ and ‘social cohesion’ and contrasts these with notions of solidarity, anti-racism, and anti-authoritarianism. The project gathers hitherto unseen or forgotten testimonies, still and moving image, minutes, leaflets, banners and organising notes from individuals and organisations.
We invite you to explore the video and paper materials and join us in welcoming Paul Halliday (Goldsmiths College) and Vanessa Vasic-Janekovic to disucss where they and you were in 1992.