HOME, Manchester: 28 January 2017, 4pm
Featuring an all female panel with presentations by Alison J Carr, Elly Clarke and Victoria Lucas, this performative symposium will investigate connections between gender and imaginary geographical place through open-ended, playful narratives proposed by the panel.
Expect notions of body imagery, stereotypes, contemporary celebrity culture and fictional realities to be addressed, with attendees left to discern how events and histories can be fabricated.
Lay of the land (and other such myths) is a new project and symposium by artist Victoria Lucas, produced by Mark Devereux Projects for HOME’s PUSH Festival.
For further and to book your free ticket please visit HOME.
Accompanying event: Victoria Lucas: Lay of the land (and other such myths)
Lay of the land (and other such myths) is a new project by Victoria Lucas investigating the connections between gender and imaginary geographical place. Exploring power dynamics and notions of the other, Lucas’ research and artistic project considers the phenomenological experiences of place from a female perspective.