Rabbya Naseer (Pakistan) is an artist, curator, teacher and art critic. Using performance as an instrument, her work deals with private and public ‘day-to-day’ as if it were a place where social values are declared and challenged. In Promises to Keep (2017), Naseer examined the use of the body in actions of self-representation by twelve Pakistani female artists from three different generations, and the way their works reveal their proactive involvement with sociopolitical issues.
19 FEB 2019
Duration 90 minutes
* Free entry (subject to availability), tickets available on the day from 10:00am at the ticket-office
In english with simultaneous translation
Live streaming available on the day at this website