12.27.13

Re-Introducing Oshun Narrative, Performance and Visual Art Exhibition

9.20.13
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Re-Introducing Oshun
07-17 October 2013 Shinobare Studios, 1 Andrew Road, Hackney, E8 4QL 
17 October 2013 Lyric Hammersmith, 1 King Street, W6 0QL 
‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ is an interdisciplinary exhibition that re-imagines black women’s bodies as sacred of places of, beauty, intimacy and love through the Yoruba deity, Oshun. Hosted by Yinka Shinobare, MBE and funded by the Arts Council, it culminates in an evening of live performances at the Lyric Hammersmith. 
Featuring an all female collective working within the mediums of movement, visual arts and poetry, ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ demystifies the omnipresent gaze placed on black women’s bodies by, “creating images of black women that look, talk, feel and love like us and in doing so presenting our own truths.”

afroklectic:

Re-Introducing Oshun

  • 07-17 October 2013 Shinobare Studios, 1 Andrew Road, Hackney, E8 4QL 
  • 17 October 2013 Lyric Hammersmith, 1 King Street, W6 0QL 

Re-Introducing Oshunis an interdisciplinary exhibition that re-imagines black women’s bodies as sacred of places of, beauty, intimacy and love through the Yoruba deity, Oshun. Hosted by Yinka Shinobare, MBE and funded by the Arts Council, it culminates in an evening of live performances at the Lyric Hammersmith.

Featuring an all female collective working within the mediums of movement, visual arts and poetry, ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ demystifies the omnipresent gaze placed on black women’s bodies by, “creating images of black women that look, talk, feel and love like us and in doing so presenting our own truths.”

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9.19.13
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Re-Introducing Oshun
07-17 October 2013 Shinobare Studios, 1 Andrew Road, Hackney, E8 4QL 
17 October 2013 Lyric Hammersmith, 1 King Street, W6 0QL 
‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ is an interdisciplinary exhibition that re-imagines black women’s bodies as sacred of places of, beauty, intimacy and love through the Yoruba deity, Oshun. Hosted by Yinka Shinobare, MBE and funded by the Arts Council, it culminates in an evening of live performances at the Lyric Hammersmith. 
Featuring an all female collective working within the mediums of movement, visual arts and poetry, ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ demystifies the omnipresent gaze placed on black women’s bodies by, “creating images of black women that look, talk, feel and love like us and in doing so presenting our own truths.”

afroklectic:

Re-Introducing Oshun

  • 07-17 October 2013 Shinobare Studios, 1 Andrew Road, Hackney, E8 4QL 
  • 17 October 2013 Lyric Hammersmith, 1 King Street, W6 0QL 

Re-Introducing Oshunis an interdisciplinary exhibition that re-imagines black women’s bodies as sacred of places of, beauty, intimacy and love through the Yoruba deity, Oshun. Hosted by Yinka Shinobare, MBE and funded by the Arts Council, it culminates in an evening of live performances at the Lyric Hammersmith.

Featuring an all female collective working within the mediums of movement, visual arts and poetry, ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ demystifies the omnipresent gaze placed on black women’s bodies by, “creating images of black women that look, talk, feel and love like us and in doing so presenting our own truths.”

(via afrofuturistaffair)

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