In January 2017 a week-long 24/7 durational performance art event, Brgy. South Kensington, took place in a three-bedroom house, showcasing 10 international artists living and working together and live-streamed on Youtube.
Please join us for the launch of the Brgy. South Kensington publication. The evening will feature presentations about the project’s ethos and legacy by the Brgy. South Kensington curators Linda Rocco, Vittoria Bonifati, Jeth Reyes, and contributing artists Matthew Harrison-Lord and Luli Perez, and a screening of a film of the project by CRUDOSTUDIO.
Brgy. South Kensington is an _inventory platform project in collaboration with and published by My Parent's House. It is designed by Giandomenico Carpentieri, and generously supported by Fondazione Dino and Ernesta Santarelli.
Drinks and snacks will be served
LADA is wheelchair accessible, and provides gender inclusive bathrooms.
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Brgy. South Kensington
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