Three artists—Polish, British, American—offer stories and reflections that consider “a woman’s role” in an intimate night of performance and discussion over a deconstructed 3-course meal. Zuza Ziółkowska/Hercberg presents a herstorically spoken performance about Jewish freedom fightresses, members of the International Brigades in 1936-39, based on their biographies reconstructed on the basis of archival documents and interviews with families and friends; Jacqueline Nicholls explores the nameless women of the Talmud, and how contemporary women's identities still threaten to morph, dissolve, and disappear; and Maia Ipp draws lines between Holocaust memory, desire, and voice. Join us for food and discussion between presentations.
Zuza Ziółkowska/Hercberg is a painter, author of installations and performative actions currently working on her Doctor of Arts degree at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. Jacqueline Nicholls is a London based visual artist whose work has been exhibited in solo shows and significant contemporary Jewish Art group shows in the UK, USA, and Israel. Maia Ipp is a writer, educator, and founder of the After After Collective
20PLN (includes food)