100 YEARS, SO WHAT? – POLISH MULTIMEDIA ARTISTS
ON CENTENARY OF WOMEN’S VOTING RIGHTS
CENTRALA / UNIT 4 MINERVA WORKS / 158 FAZELEY ST / B5 5RT
100 Years, So What? Is an exhibition by Polish multimedia artists: Małgorzata Dawidek, Iwona Demko, Dorota Hadrian, Zofia Krawiec, Katarzyna Perlak, Alicja Rogalska and SIKSA. 2018 marks the centenary of women gaining voting rights in many countries around the world including Poland and the UK. Artists show their works that enter into a dialogue on what this centenary means for women now, through the new mediums of avant-garde art. The exhibition examines the contemporary innovative and experimental women’s art as a channel towards radical redefinition of the position of women in politics, society, family, or history.
PERFORMANCE MELODY OF NOSTALGIA SUNDAY 14.00 / FREE
Polish artist, Anna Jochymek is bringing a male choir to Centrala to perform her immersive sound artwork Melody of Nostalgia; vocally interpreting digital recordings of Eastern European Migrant Women’s singing their nostalgia songs.