Join artist Joyce Treasure and curatorial duo Languid Hands for a collective reading group exploring decolonial feminist geographies
Sat Aug 12 2023 | 2-3.30pm | 198 Railton Road, London, SE24 0JT
Join artist Joyce Treasure and curatorial duo Languid Hands for an artist talk and close reading of the 2020 text ‘Cuerpo-Territorio: A Decolonial Feminist Geographical Method for the Study of Embodiment’ by Sofia Zaragocin & Martina Angela Caretta. Copies of the text will be provided during the event. No preparation is required.
Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with Joyce Treasure’s practice and explore the WOCAA: Resonance exhibition.
Joyce Treasure is a multidisciplinary artist based in London. She graduated with a BA Hons (First Class) in Black Studies from Birmingham City University in 2020. She explores how changing climates affect bodies, places, and well-being by intersecting politics, care, and satire. Transforming an assemblage of objects and images into allegories of experiences, she cuts between collage, sculpture, painting, drawings, performance, film and speculative writing. More at home making than writing, her process often begins with a free-form approach, inspired by acquiring various objects from charity shops that serve as catalysts.