South Kiosk is a London-based project space that showcases work that seeks to explore the evolving intersections between technology and politics. Founded by Dave Charlesworth and Ben Evans James in 2013 and based in the Bussey Building, South Kiosk also employs a touring programme that has seen the gallery exhibit across the UK and Europe. It currently operates from a large, airy, white-bricked gallery on Bussey Building’s first floor – shared with Vivienne Gamble’s Seen Fifteen and it happily cohabits this shared gallery space dedicated to contemporary photography, video and installation art.

Exhibited artists at South Kiosk have included Felicity Hammond, Joey Holder, Shaun C Badham, Polly Tootal, Tobias Revell, Sebastian Kite, Emma Charles, Naheed Raza, Polly Tootal and Glen Onwin. Dave and Ben were also responsible for coming up with the film programme at 2018’s Resonate festival in April and the gallery takes part in the phenomenal Peckham 24 photography expo in summer.

Recent projects include Togetherness: Notes on Outrage, The Corrupt Blood Incident, And the Earth Screamed Alive! and The Theory of Concentric Spheres and Escape Engine, a three person show featuring Myles Painter, Peter Burr and Dana Giurescu.