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Onyeka Igwe: Myth and Movement

Event date
30 January 2020 (6pm to 8pm)
Status
Open
Onyeka Igwe: Myth and Movement
Onyeka Igwe, the British School of Athens (BSA) 2019 Arts Resident, gives an insight into the process of making her film ‘the names have changed, including my own and truths have been altered' during the residency. Reflecting on the construction of the origin myth that structures the film as well as the mini chorus cum call and response performance and the use of archives, the talk will detail the influence of the BSA and Athens on her work.

An arts residency in Greece, supported by a bursary and with studio and accommodation provided, is offered to practice-based PhD students at UAL annually.


 

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