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A podcast about The Mobile Conference, a day-long event held by Camberwell School of Art and South London Gallery. It follows Demos' work with Peckham Space looking at the relationship between art and social change. After some clips from the closing participative lecture, Samuel Jones talks to Tate Britain's Paul Goodwin about the ideas raised in the project.

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