Exhibition Workshop

Encoding, Decoding

Semiotics as Meaning-Making

This group exhibition is underpinned by Stuart Hall’s theory of ‘Encoding and Decoding’. It offers a semiotic way of seeing how meaning-making is generated through the production and consumption of signs and messaging through the architecture of the exhibition, as a pedagogic initiative. The exhibition will show work by students and staff of Afro-Caribbean Heritage that explores the contributions made by the Windrush Generation and the Black herstory and history of pioneers and inventors. Offering, fresh knowledge as a decolonial intervention as a teaching and learning intervention.