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Reading International #14: The Book of Challenges – led by Noam Enbar and Nir Shauloff [performance]

Clausen, S. (2019) Reading International #14: The Book of Challenges – led by Noam Enbar and Nir Shauloff [performance]. [Show/Exhibition]

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Abstract/Summary

23rd - 24th April, Saint Laurence Church Reading The Book of Challenges is a meditative/ecstatic workshop, structured as a series of performative miniatures for any number of participants. Each miniature poses a discrete – musical, performative, physical – challenge for the group as a whole and its individuals, curated by Maayan Sheleff and Sarah Spies. The workshop is part of (Un)Commoning Voices & (Non)Communal Bodies, a series of workshops, performances, and an exhibition, interrogating the relationship between artistic practices and protest movements via the performative scores of collective bodies and voices. The interdisciplinary program was inspired by the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp which was active from 1981 to 2000. It was established by women to protest nuclear weapons being sited near Reading at RAF Greenham Common.

Item Type:Show/Exhibition
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:87538

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