Too careful in Brighton

                                        OCNBTC 2018

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 SATURDAY 19 TH OF MAY

 

CLOSURE OF THE BRIGHTON EXHIBITION:

 

12PM      DOORS OPEN

1.PM             EXCURSION AROUND EXHIBITION AND CURATOR’S TALK ABOUT  THE  WORKS

WORKSHOPS: TRADITIONAL FEMALE ARTS.

1.30PM         EXCURSION AROUND EXHIBITION AND CURATOR’S TALK ABOUT THE ARTWORKS

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2.PM        ‘AND I’M THE WORLD’  INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE BY MOTHER EARTH  

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17.00      FILMS SCREENING

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19.15     LECTURE BY PHILIP ANTHONY HEAD OF      PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND LAW AT BRIGHTON, HOVE AND SUSSEX SIXTH FORM COLLEGE

 20.00       EXCURSION AROUND EXHIBITION AND

                 TALK ABOUT  THE  ARTWORKS

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20.30       ‘NAIVE DANCE’

                 PERFORMANCE BY MATT RUDKIN

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20.50            FOR THE SAKE OF YOUR SAFETY

       PERFORMANCE DELEGATED BY RODINA ART GROUPfor the sake of your safety 2017

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Friday 4 th of May

          DOORS OPEN AT 5 PM

  • 5.30 PM   Feminism and Artistic Censorship

LECTURE BY PHILIP ANTHONY HEAD OF PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND LAW AT BRIGHTON, HOVE AND SUSSEX SIXTH FORM COLLEGE

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There is a long history of artistic censorship of depictions of women in literature and painting. I propose firstly to speak on the censorship of depictions of women in literature as experienced by the celebrated Iranian academic and writer Azar Nafisi both during and after the 1979 Revolution in Iran. Secondly i will discuss recent attempts to censor artistic depictions of the female body, using examples, including the work of the painter Balthus.

I will argue that both these examples demonstrate the problematic nature, in  society, of artistic depictions of the female body and of female sexuality.

 

  •  6.30PM         EXCURSION AROUND EXHIBITION 

                                   PERFORMANCES:

  • AMY KINGSMILL     BLOOM

    I lay down white roses around myself and slowly pick the petals from the roses and pin them to my face with hypodermic needles. I then remove the needles slowly and the petals cascade to the ground and my face bleeds red onto my white dress.

    My performance Bloom was inspired by my work with Sheree Rose in Los Angeles. A radical collaboration, especially in the context of Sheree’s work as an older woman working with sexuality and kink, who manages to avoid self censorship and challenge censorship around nonnormative sexual practices and sickness. Bloom is part of my femme fakir works which combine the traditionally feminine with pain practices and bleeding. Through this series I explore beauty and bleeding, and unpack ideas around pain practices as masochistic or as ‘suffering’, queering pain rituals which were traditionally designed for men and igniting dialogues around female pain.

  • FOR THE SAKE OF YOUR SAFETY

       PERFORMANCE DELEGATED BY RODINA ART GROUP

  • ANIA PSH   If there is a River?

In this ritual piece the female performer religiously follows rules and lines of the self censorship prescribed for women by different cultures at different historical times.


 

19 th of May

 

Performance Hylas and the Nymphs is CANCELED 






Performance and spoken word

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OCNBTC 2017

Wednesday 31st May

6 pm onwards- Aidar Bekchintaev -‘Procrustean Entry’ [delegated interactive performance, 2017]

6.30 pm- Censorship in modern art- speaker: Denis Chevrier-Bosseau

7 pm- Ania PsH– ‘ If there is a River’ performance-ritual

For your safety – Health and Safety performance

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Thursday 1st June

Open between 3 pm and 7 pm. Come in anytime to walk through the exhibition and chat with us.

WednesdayGuided walk starts at 3 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm

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Friday 2nd June

5 pm- Opening with Aidar Bekchintaev’s- ‘Procrustean Entry’ [delegated interactive performance, 2017]

6.30 pm- Mim King-  * SALT * * WATER * * MILK * – visual performance/story…and a partly spoken.

7.00 pm- Siriol Hugh-Jones-  Organiser of the ‘Crossing Border Festiva’ – talk about censorship and funding art projects

For your safety – Health and Safety performance

9.15 pm- Ania PsH ‘ If there is a River’ performance-ritual

Closing at 10 pm

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Saturday 3rd June

1.30 pm- Opening with Aidar Bekchintaev’s –  ‘Procrustean Entry’ [delegated interactive performance 2017]

3.00 pm-  Larissa Carpintero  “Inside Me”-dance performance

 4.30 pm – Guided walk

 5.00 pm – Ania PsH- ‘ If there is a River’ performance-ritual

Open until 7.00 pm

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Sunday 4th June

Open between midday and 4 pm

Join us on a journey of exploration of censorship and self-censorship in contemporary art.

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