Summer Performance Evening

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20 Jul 2017
Opening times:

7:30-9pm

Performance returns to the Bow Arts Victorian courtyard (next to the Nunnery Gallery) with three works that probe our social and cultural boundaries. Marcus Orlandi’s The Daily Male is a dissection of masculinity and right wing ideology; Adam J B Walker’s Mother is a performative interview in response to an essay written by the artist as a student on the social construction of motherhood in Victorian Britain alongside his visibly heavily pregnant partner; and finally esther moya’s medal was stolen from her, by Luis Amália & Alice Esmé, is an absurd conversation and exam on the English language, gleefully exploring our relationship with accents and language association.

Gallery open from 6pm; performances begin at 7.30pm

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