24th September, 2021 / 19:30 -
1st November, 2013
Private view: September 19th 18:30 – 21:00
Exhibition: 19 September 2013 to 2 November 2013
Through thought provoking and challenging, newly-commissioned video installations and photographic works, Ope Lori’s explicit use of stereotypes, focuses on taboo subjects, inter-racial mixing, gender role-playing and sexuality, all of which stem from the feminist mantra, that the personal is political.
Ope Lori is a PhD researcher at CCW Graduate School, UAL.
Curated by Maria Kheirkhah at the 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning, London.
The exhibition is sponsored by Arts Council England; TrAIN Research Centre; CCW Graduate School, University of the Arts London.
For more information please click here or here to download a flyer. For more information on the two-day symposium accompanying the show – ‘Sex, Gender and Race, the Politics of Women’s Art’, on the 5th & 12th October 2013, please visit: www.198.org.uk and www.transnational.org.uk.
Image credit: Red Shift (2012) Ope Lori, Video Projection