A Feminist Chorus for Feminist Revolt

Reynolds, L. 2015. A Feminist Chorus for Feminist Revolt.

CreatorsReynolds, L.
Collaborators
PerformerThe Feminist Duration Reading Group
Description

A Feminist Chorus for Feminist Revolt was performed as part of Now You Can Go, the series of events, screenings and performances organised by Helena Reckitt in response to the discussions arising from the readings of Italian feminist writers of the 1970s such as Carla Lonzi and Silvia Federici, by the Feminist Duration Reading Group.
The reading group selected short extracts from key texts which had been discussed, and these were performed as a score at a symposium hosted by the Showroom Gallery, London, on December 12th 2015.

Date12 Dec 2015
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Image creditFeminist Chorus for Feminist Revolt performing at The Showroom December 2015. Photograph courtesy Ehryn Torrell
Feminist Chorus for Feminist Revolt performing at The Showroom December 2015 (detail). Photograph courtesy Ehryn Torrell
Media typeImage
KeywordsCarla Lonzi, Silvia Federici, performance, symposium, the Showroom Gallery, Feminist Duration Reading Group, Italian feminism

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