Dates and Times
Thursday 1st July at 7:15pm
Featured in our Calm Down, Dear Festival: three weeks of blistering performance celebrating the female experience and the fight for gender equality. Click here to view the full line-up.
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Presented by Carolyn Defrin
To kick off the 28-day release of this new series of artworks inspired by the menstrual cycle, creator Carolyn Defrin hosts a live and in-person evening of sneak-peak previews and conversations with collaborating filmmaker Rosie Powell and special guests. Defrin and Powell will share aspects of their process for creating the collection – including a look at how the menstrual cycle informed an intentional exploration of feminist storytelling through filming in nature, with light and dark.
Guests across the gender spectrum (who do and do not menstruate) will join the conversation to discuss their own relationships to the cycle.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company don’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance.
The company don’t believe there are any health warnings in this performance.
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About the company
Carolyn Defrin is a multimedia artist, originally from the US, working across theatre, installation, and film. Her work has been commissioned by Ovalhouse, the Albany, performingborders and LADA, and shown at Borough Road Gallery, Westfield Shopping Centre, The Yard and The Barbican.
Rosie Powell is a Brighton based Photographer, Filmmaker and Editor who specialises in live event and performance documentation throughout the Performance, Music, Art and Dance Industry.