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Loud + Clear

29 February7 March

There is a fine line between tokenization and representation…

…and within the culture industries that line is blurry… but let’s not focus on industry. Let’s focus on labour and the women + non binary artists working on the axis of music and visual art to dismantle expectations; to create their own communities, histories and means of production.

Ana da Silva
Anna Petrisko
Cristy Road
Elly Clarke (Sergina)
Gina Birch
LaJohn Joseph
Sharmi Basu (Beast Nest)
She Shreds Magazine
Tieraney Carter (Wizard Apprentice)
Vika Kirchenbauer

Curated by Nadia Buyse (DUBAIS)

Opening party February 28th from 6pm hosted by artist in residence Jodie Cavalier

Image Credit: Anna Petrisko

About the Curator

Nadia is an artist, musician, curator, and theorist who has been in over 37 bands and has collaborated with many artists and musicians in various capacities… but name-dropping is boring.

Nadia’s solo project (DUBAIS) has released music, published text, taught a multitude of workshops, lectured, exhibited work, and performed internationally in a variety of spaces and places ranging from after hours parties in LA to peace camps in Batumi, Georgia.

Although DUBAIS operates like a band, it’s actually a vehicle for conceptual work and cultural activism in which Nadia uses the tropes of pop music to examine Diasporic migration, neo-liberal dystopias, emotional incapacitations, consumer technologies, hybrid identities, intersectional feminism, transnational communities.

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This project is supported by the CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership

 

Venue

ONCA Gallery
14 St George's Place
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 4GB United Kingdom

Organizer

O N C A
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https://www.onca.org.uk

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