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Crossing Borders 2018: 13 November 7-8:30pm - We Are F*cked with Jo Bannon and Maddy Costa

Jo and Maddy interrogate the modern feminist experience of personal, psychological and political penetration.

Join us for a weekly dose of discussion and debate.

Delving into questions and provocations from the origins of Jo Bannon's latest project We Are F*cked we will discuss what it means to be a heterosexual woman, and consider Jo's experiences as a disabled person, as the lens through which she looks from within in a patriarchal society.

How do these concerns sit within our currently changing political climate: living with a Tory government; Brexit; looking at the changes to reproduction rights that are happening in America and lots of other places?

Crossing Borders is a series of conversations taking place every Tuesday between 9 October and 27 November, with UK and international practitioners whose work understands movement and embodiment through a variety of different forms.

This year we invite speakers to share their process and practice with another practitioner, and together explore the notion of making change: how we acknowledge the past whilst imagining the future.


Jo Bannon | talks | www
Maddy Costa | talks | www


Date and Time:

13 November 2018 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Independent Dance
Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road
020 7091 9650

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Standard £7, Concessions £5.50

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