In conjunction with White Conduit Project’s current exhibition, We Are Going To Need Some More Coffee: City Vignettes from Tokyo and Buenos Aires by Maria Guerberof (on until 28th October 2018), Florencia Guerberof will present a contemporary Butoh performance on the boundaris of music and contemporary art.
Thursday 18th October 2018, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Doors open and drinks will be available from 6:30pm. Tickets are available via Eventbrite
Florencia Guerberof is a London-based performer and visual artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is the founder of the organisation Asian Performing Arts UK. Having trained extensively in Japanese Butoh dance among other forms of Asian theatre she creates a physical language drawing a force that emanates from her own presence in a conversation with the unseen.
Maria Guerberof is a still photographer as well as a cinematographer, originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina and now based in the UK. Her current exhibition showcases her representative series from Buenos Aires and Tokyo. Photographic practice is a way for her to construct a new reality from the vantage point of political awareness and resistance: her aim is to find a visual narrative by which to think critically about violence and its consequences for a culture.