Alex Billingham: Milk and Honey
Friday 26 November, 6pm
VIVID Live and SHOUT Festival present “Milk and Honey” a new performance by Alex Billingham. “Milk and Honey” takes you on a visceral journey through our shared sense of otherness. Alex examines their otherness in the form of gender identity/body dysmorphia and disability. While allowing space for your own unique form of otherness to expand into the space and intermingle. They’ll drown us all in Milk & Honey unless we all start caring for each other.
Trigger warning this performance deals with many issues including but not limited to body politics/dysmorphia/disability/racism/sexism, and may contain strong language and nudity. Drink up all your milk dear, we want you to grow to be a big strong BOY
Covid information from VIVID:
Following the latest advice on the actions we can take to limit the spread of COVID-19,Vivid Projects is providing Covid secure access to our space when possible. Our new cohort of Black Hole Club artists have commenced production on site, and we are looking forward to sharing work with you this summer.
We will opening our space by appointment in June and look forward to bringing new work made by artist residents during 2020-21 in to the gallery. Our programme will also continue online in order to reach audiences for whom the venue is not accessible, and for those who are unable to travel.
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Throughout 2021 we will monitor progress to ensure our work continues to be fully reflective of our community. For updates go to our website here.