“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Henna Hyvärine

Tuesday 7 March from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139’s current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Henna Hyvärinen (born in Iisalmi, Finland) is an artist [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Henna Hyvärine2023-01-23T16:53:19+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – G

Tuesday 28 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139’s current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Luton, The Galaxy, The Mall. Mourning, natural death/doulaship The [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – G2023-01-23T16:53:27+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Nolwenn Vuillier

Tuesday 21 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139’s current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Nolwenn Vuillier is a visual artist whose practice questions [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Nolwenn Vuillier2023-01-23T16:53:35+01:00

“Who can afford not to sell their own skin?” – Jay Tan

Tuesday 14 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139's current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Jay Tan was born in London and moved to [...]

“Who can afford not to sell their own skin?” – Jay Tan2023-01-23T16:53:42+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Sophie Soobramanien

Tuesday 7 February from 18.00-19.00 As part of W139's current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Sophie Soobramanien (b. 1995) is a British Mauritian artist [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Sophie Soobramanien2023-01-23T16:53:57+01:00

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Mariana Penas Charrua

Tuesday 31 January from 18.00-19.00  As part of W139's current exhibition, Dead Skin Cash, six artists are invited to react to the prompt “Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” by curating a playlist of visual and audio materials for this weekly screening program. Mariana Charrua is a ______tourist, artist_________ from Portugal.  Her [...]

“Who can afford to not sell their own skin?” – Mariana Penas Charrua2023-01-23T16:54:14+01:00

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