In Performance about a woman, the tension between language and self is made visible as performer Liz Peterson explores the idea of identity. An exploration that is repeatedly interrupted by the question, “What could an audience want from a performance about a woman?”
Performance about a woman proposes that autobiography is tool to collect contexts of making, colonial histories, political frameworks and more in a performance work. From a solo project it has evolved into a site for collaboration between visual artist and filmmaker Oliver Husain, performance-maker Liz Peterson, theatre artist Rose Plotek and composer Matt Smith.
Join us at Ada Slaight Hall on October 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th. Tickets are available here.