Anatomy as a way of experiencing life, freedom, and power.
Writer and curator Bryony Stone depicts various forms of the female body as works of art in all in: bodied. The exhibition took over Galeria Melissa London on its special opening night, and all the multidisciplinary artists involved were there.
Sculpting expressions, Sinéad O’Dwyer created the costumes using the thinnest of the fiberglass and silicone paint – a pair of garments to serve as tools of both self-love and self-loathing. Performers Zoë Marden and Becky Namgauds brought Sinéad's designs to life, showing the magic of bodies in motion.
The way the female-identifying body occupies space, the infinite variations of form it takes, and the way it moves through the world seen as a platform for freedom. Movement as a process for reconnecting with our physical selves.
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43 King Street, London WC2E 8JY
Friday 16th & Saturday 17th November: 10:30am – 7:30pm
Sunday 18th November: 12:00pm – 6:00pm