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Rachel Shearer on "Feminist Sound Waves" + live performance

This Wednesday: Audio visual artist Rachel Shearer on "Feminist Sound Waves" + live performance at the Adam Art Gallery, 17 Sept 6pm


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Wednesday 17 September 6pm
Adam Art Gallery

Feminist Sound Waves
Join experimental sound practitioner, Rachel Shearer for a free-ranging conversation about women working in the arena of experimental sound/music. Drawing on anecdotes, recorded conversations, and examples of sound works, Shearer will sample the diverse practices of women in sound, discussing her work in the context of a range of other female performers in Aotearoa and inviting an exploration into what feminism has meant to them and how it has affected their practices.

Followed by a sound performance by Rachel Shearer.

For more information contact Ann Gale, Gallery Administrator, 04 463 6835, ann.gale@vuw.ac.nz

Adam Art Gallery Te Pataka Toi
Victoria
University of Wellington
Gate 3 Kelburn Parade
Wellington
www.adamartgallery.org.nz

Parking is free and available after 5pm in any unreserved spaces accessible via Gates 1, 6 and 7

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