Shadi Al-Atallah: TATE, london

INSIGHTS: BEYOND GENDER 12 NOVEMBER 2018 AT 19.00–20.30

Join us for a conversation exploring gender and representation for artists today

Join LDN WMN artists Shadi Al-Atallah, Carleen De SözerPhoebe Collings-JamesJacob V JoyceStephanie K Kane and Joy Miessi in conversation with Jessie McLaughlin and Tate Collective Producers, exploring their experiences of gender identity, representation and uncovering forgotten stories from London’s history.
What does it mean to celebrate women’s history in the 21st century? What does gender mean today? Whose narratives are missing? And how do we capture these stories to pass on? Share in our conversation as we uncover the process of how artists connect with the past to inspire the future.

 

Shadi Al-Atallah

Shadi is a multi-disciplinary artist studying painting at the RCA. Their life-sized distorted self-portraits explore mental health, queerness and racial identity, inspired by spiritual practices, family history and their childhood in Saudi Arabia.

October 11, 2019