Friday 2 October, Conversio at Centrala, 6–11pm

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Conversio

Centrala

Unit 4, Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RT

6–11pm

EXHIBITION

“Conversio” by Malgorzata Davidek is a multi-element textual and visual narration based on the stories of migrant women. During her residency, artist’s worked with the migrant women of Birmingham all of different ages, ethnic backgrounds, languages, who for economic, health, family or other reasons they have left their home countries.

“Conversio” is a kind of documentation functioning between cultural barriers, language blockades and the limitations of the body. At the same time, the project aim’s to discuss the notion of femininity understood as a representation of culture. It is a multi-voiced dialogue with history which to the early 90s of the twentieth century has been examined mainly from the perspective of the universal West.

AFTERPARTY:
9pm

PEA team along with Centrala Gallery is proud to announce another edition of Voyager Series!
Event is run by a group of talented artists with great passion in electronic music and great visuals Deep Emotion Collective.

So this time we decided to bring them along for Digbeth First Friday in Centrala introducing BrainWaves Party.

There is no possibility any of you can miss this one out, so just open Your mind, feel the music, visuals with us.

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