Anne Quail + Elvira Santamaria Torres + Amanda Coogan + Pauline Cummins + Ann Maria Healy + Chrissie Cadman + Frances Mezzeti + Áine O’Dwyer + Áine Phillips + Helena Walsh + Michelle Browne

(original copy from Labour)
“LABOUR is a touring exhibition of Live Art, featuring eleven leading female artists who are resident within, or native to, Northern and Southern Ireland. LABOUR offers audiences unprecedented access to a huge body of live performance work by some of the most radical and exciting women artists emerging from an Irish cultural context. LABOUR will launch in London, on the 9th and 10th of February, then tour to Derry/Londonderry (Feb 24th and 25th). The final exhibition and surrounding events will take place in Dublin on March 9th and 10th to coincide with International Women’s Day 2012.

LABOUR interrogates the gendered representational frameworks prevalent within an Irish cultural context, that produce, limit and devalue, various forms of female labour. In each durational exhibition participating artists will perform simultaneously for eight consecutive hours, reflecting the duration of an average working day. Set within the shadows of Ireland’s notorious Magdalene Laundries, LABOUR explores current shifts in the political and economic climate within an Irish cultural context. LABOUR was curated by Chrissie Cadman, Amanda Coogan & Helena Walsh and produced by Benjamin Sebastian of ]performance s p a c e [.”

Photography by Manuel Vason & Marco Berardi.




Participating artist names pending

(original copy) 
“REWOLTA/REBELIA at ]performance s p a c e [ A night of performance, live and video art from emerging artists based in Warsaw, Poland and London, UK. 1st March 6pm till Late [performance s p a c e [ 6 Hamlet Industrial Estate, White Post Lane, London E9 5EN Transport: Overground: Hackney Wick Bus: E: info@performancespace.org T: 020 353 82 474”

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Karolina Kubik photographed by Marco Berardi.

Theodoulos Polyviou photographed by Marco Berardi.

Sikarnt Skoolisariyaporn photographed by Marco Berardi.

Sebastian Hau-Walker photographed by Marco Berardi.

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Kimberley Emeny photographed by Marco Berardi.

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