We All Have a Problem with Representation: Feminist Performance and Video


We all have a problem with representation
Thursday 17 November 2016
Free, no booking required

Practice in Dialogue present an experimental evening of work-in-progress performances and video work interspersed with the opportunity for drinks and conversation.

We all have a problem with representation looks at the difficulties of determining self-representation in a culture that continues to present the female body for the masculinised gaze. In differing ways, the artists explore the rejection of objecthood and the positioning of the self as a thinking being in today’s culture.

Image credit: Title: Les Flaneuses, 2002, 16 mins. A film by Phoebe Blatton, Cécile Emmanuelle Borra and Maria Georgoula

Practice in Dialogue are: Miriam Austin, Alison Ballance, Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Cécile Emmanuelle Borra, Rose Gibbs, Catherine Long, NT, Lauren Schneider, Abigail Smith.

In partnership with the University of the Arts London, CCW Graduate School


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