Elysia Crampton will be giving a Wednesday night illustrated artist talk titled ‘Silver Mouth Of The One Called Ukurunku: An Illustrated Artist Talk’ followed by a Saturday night performance called ‘Dissolution of The Sovereign: A Time Slide Into The Future‘ at South London Gallery on October 26 and 29.
The Bolivian-American artist works in sound, production and conceptual collage that explores “the legacy of indigenous trans and queer history in her work and life, and how using music as a means of communication has allowed for survival and preservation amidst oppressive hegemonic power structures.”
Crampton will give a talk on her practice, with illustrated examples of previous work. The performance is a collaborative project with SLG’s new series of intermedia events thirty three thirty three , as well as Berlin record label Janus. The event will include a guest appearance by electronic musician Lexxi.
Read an aqnb interview with Elysia Crampton and see the SLG website for details.**