BREAK - DOWN - BREAK - THROUGH

WRITING

Will be presenting work for Wellcome Collection’s Decolonising Health Symposium - March 24th

FULL PROGRAMME HERE

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What do ritual objects look like in 2018?

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CALL OUT for responses to OIL AND WATER

I want to commission 5 responses to the show while out on its preview tour. This work is about family, tribe and mental health so I'm not so excited about getting reviewers in. A kind of act of decentralising the usually-middle-class-white-reviewer.

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BY MYAH JEFFERS

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I’m Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired podcast

A podcast about POC, QTPOC, Womxn of Colour, Mental Illness and Radical Liberation.

 
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It’s screaming at us

WRITING

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can’t be fucked with long bios anymore the 2018 edit is……

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I make work for liberation; for myself and others to feel at home in our body in any context.

 Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman's Journey with Depression and Faith /Monica Coleman #Oil and Water

Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman's Journey with Depression and Faith /Monica Coleman #Oil and Water

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3 years on, still cunt dog and cunt medication: on embracing no change whatsoever

WRITING

Collaborating with Zed Lightheart for #Oil&Water

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POC RETREAT 2018

Oil and Water Premiere

Flying Solo Festival Contact, Manchester

 

A Seat At The Table

CALL OUT - by Toni Lewis and Demi Nandhra

“I think that ‘A Seat at the Table,’ for me, is an invitation to allow folks to pull up a chair, get very close and have these hard uncomfortable truths be shared” - Solange

"Thank you for opening up such an important conversation."

I'm sick and tired of being sick and tiredAt Buzzcut Festival 2017

I've just got back from Glasgow and would love your feedback/responses to the work. Thank you!

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CALL OUT for interviews for I'M SICK AND TIRED OF BEING SICK AND TIRED; a new performance by Demi Nandhra

 
 
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“This is a show that has come from a powerful brain. It constantly reshapes and reforms itself as it looks at depression from every angle, zooms right in on the personal and charges out into the political.”

A response by Selina Thompson