29/1/2019
Oscar Murillo, Industrial Park
Evening with WHW Akademija
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Photo by Damir Žižić

PERFORMANCE
29/01/2019 AT 19.00
STUDIO MALJKOVIĆ, KRALJA DRŽISLAVA 8, ZAGREB

 

From the first proletarian novel in Latin America (1933) that explores the reality of the worker woman, Oscar Murillo proposes a performatic action that questions issues fundamentals about work, femininity and violence across colonial to modern times. Written by Patricia Galvao, activist belonging to the Anthropophagic movement of Brazil, Industrial Park tells the story of a woman whose body ends up being the territory in which different historical tensions of the processes of colonization in patriarchal and Judeo-Christian societies are violently manifested. In collaboration with local artists and participants of WHW Akademija the performance examines the notions of labour, violence and the position of women in society in colonial and modern times, and also today.

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Evening with WHW Akademija
Oscar Murillo, Industrial Park
No items found.

Photo by Damir Žižić

PERFORMANCE
29/01/2019 AT 19.00
STUDIO MALJKOVIĆ, KRALJA DRŽISLAVA 8, ZAGREB

 

From the first proletarian novel in Latin America (1933) that explores the reality of the worker woman, Oscar Murillo proposes a performatic action that questions issues fundamentals about work, femininity and violence across colonial to modern times. Written by Patricia Galvao, activist belonging to the Anthropophagic movement of Brazil, Industrial Park tells the story of a woman whose body ends up being the territory in which different historical tensions of the processes of colonization in patriarchal and Judeo-Christian societies are violently manifested. In collaboration with local artists and participants of WHW Akademija the performance examines the notions of labour, violence and the position of women in society in colonial and modern times, and also today.

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29/1/2019
Evening with WHW Akademija
Oscar Murillo, Industrial Park
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PERFORMANCE
29/01/2019 AT 19.00
STUDIO MALJKOVIĆ, KRALJA DRŽISLAVA 8, ZAGREB

 

From the first proletarian novel in Latin America (1933) that explores the reality of the worker woman, Oscar Murillo proposes a performatic action that questions issues fundamentals about work, femininity and violence across colonial to modern times. Written by Patricia Galvao, activist belonging to the Anthropophagic movement of Brazil, Industrial Park tells the story of a woman whose body ends up being the territory in which different historical tensions of the processes of colonization in patriarchal and Judeo-Christian societies are violently manifested. In collaboration with local artists and participants of WHW Akademija the performance examines the notions of labour, violence and the position of women in society in colonial and modern times, and also today.

No items found.
No items found.

Photo by Damir Žižić