Bubikopf

Solo Performance at The Cellar Theatre, Sheffield

Alison Carr (Artist)

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Abstract

Bubikopf is an art history performance lecture on gender and women in modernity.

After WW1 in Germany, women had new opportunities to be independent in the city, go to art school and perform in cabarets. Carr weaves together gendered forms of feminine visibility in this piece that speculates women’s entertaining, creative and avant-garde work.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 9 Mar 2019

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Sheffield
Solo
World War I
Cabaret
Art School
Visibility
Germany
Art History
Modernity
Weave
Avant Garde

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