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Summer Performance Evening

Date: 
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Opening Hours: 
Gallery open from 6pm; performances begin at 7.30pm
Address: 
The Nunnery, 181 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ

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 for a chance to view the exhibition; courtyard open from 7pm and performances begin at 7.30pm.

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