Event

Maud Sulter / Natasha Magigi

27 Nov 2015

Event times

7 to 9pm

Cost of entry

Free entrance

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London, United Kingdom

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  • Train: Deptford, New Cross

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A performance of Maud Sulter's words and poetry

About

Born in Glasgow in 1960, of Scottish and Ghanaian descent, Maud Sulter was an artist, writer, activist and poet. She consistently and persistently engaged herself, as a Blackwoman, with questions of race and gender inequality, particularly amongst African diasporas in Europe.

2015. Natasha Magigi lives in Deptford, a few streets away from the gallery. Back from a year of touring, her acting career is receiving early success. Recent credits include To Kill a Mockingbird and Streetcar Named Desire.

As a contemporary black woman, the interpretation of Maud Sulter's words and poetry will be her own.

As a viewer, your experience will dictate your interpretation.

This takes place Friday 27 November, 7 to 9pm.

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Curators

Pierre Coinde

Exhibiting artists

Maud Sulter

Natasha Magigi

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