Visions of Me / Everyday Daylee / #Binariesbegone

Visions of Me / Everyday Daylee / #Binariesbegone

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Part of the Homegrown Festival: Occupy, at Battersea Arts Centre

Overview

An evening of experimental performance by some of London’s leading learning disabled artists.

Four learning disabled artists tackle gender, race, love, and body confidence, bringing their own unique perspectives to issues that Londoners face everyday.

Visions of Me
Inspired by Samuel Beckett, performance artist Terry Huggett explores a bodiless persona, free of the expectations surrounding disability and gender.

Everyday Daylee
Lee and Dayo are forever in love. Well, they are in love with the idea of love, but it’s not quite worked yet. They've been hurt before, and it hurt real bad. Two learning disabled guys invite us on a quest to figure out what it actually means to be in love.

#binariesbegone
It’s 2069 at the 50th anniversary exhibition of the #binariesbegone movement. Join Sylvie as they bring us into the historical gendered world of 2019, where girls will be girls and boys will be boys and where diversity is not yet an outlawed term. What an archaic world that was.

Age Recommendation: 14+

Date & time

Show ended
Tue 26 Mar - Wed 27 Mar, 7.30pm
Runtime: 1 hr

Venue

Lavender Hill, Battersea SW11 5TN London, UK · Get Directions
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