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Johanna Linsley : Crossing Borders

Independent Dance continues its Crossing Borders 2015 series with a talk from Johanna Linsley.


17 November | 7 - 8.30pm

This talk considers strategies for thinking and making multiplicity, and the conditions that make these strategies possible. Economic precarity creates challenges for collaborative work, but also makes it increasingly necessary, as resources can be shared and voices amplified. I will draw on examples of my work with the group I'm With You, which began as a series of events in domestic spaces, and which continues to investigate queer domesticity. I will also draw on my interest in historical and contemporary examples of cooperative living, in both art contexts and beyond. The talk will consider the 'movement' of collaboration, and the ways collaboration operates in relation to other political 'movements'.

Johanna Linsley is an artist, writer and producer. Her work is iterative, research-based and focused on performance.

Tickets start at £6.50 (£5 concession)
To book, please call 020 7091 9650 or email info@independentdance.co.uk


Speaker(s):

Johanna Linsley | talks

 

Date and Time:

17 November 2015 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Independent Dance
Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road
London
SE1 6ER
020 7091 9650
http://www.independentdance.co.uk

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Tickets:

£6.50 (£5 concession)

Available from:

To book, please call 020 7091 9650 or email info@independentdance.co.uk

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