7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
2nd May, 2014
The Indigeneity of the Contemporary World project, directed by Professor Helen Gilbert at Royal Holloway, is excited to present a live public performance by multi-platform performance artist Cheryl L’Hirondelle.
L’Hirondelle is an award-winning Canadian interdisciplinary artist of mixed indigenous and European ancestry (Cree / Metis / German / Polish). Since the early 1980s, she has created, performed and presented work in a variety of disciplines (music, storytelling, performance art, theatre, video and net.art). Her performance on 2 May 2014 will be the culmination of an artist residency from Monday 14 April – Friday 2 May, during which she will respond artistically to the Horniman museum’s artefacts and gardens.
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