From Free - £10
Fri 20 May 2022 19:00
With Lesley Asare
Running Time: 1 hour with a Q & A after the performance
A series of large-scale drawings created by Lesley Asare through movement with her body and oil bars on paper. Each drawing begins with the question “if my body could speak, what would it say?” This question acts as a springboard for the discovery of current life lessons and resources that the body holds through movement.
Asare’s work explores identity, personal histories and the experiences of Black Women/Women of Colour and aims to create a space for play, self-reflection, self-awareness, empowerment and healing.
About Lesley Asare
Lesley Asare is a British Ghanaian Artist, Somatic Coach and Mentor, based in Milton Keynes, UK.
She creates solo and collaborative work and wholeheartedly believes in the healing power of the creative process. Her work explores identity, personal histories and the experiences of Black People. Through her work she aims to create the space for play, stillness, self-reflection, self- discovery, empowerment, transformation and healing.
As a multidisciplinary artist, her practice is led by her quest for truth.
Asare generates work through drawing, painting, abstract self-portraits, the body, movement, the exploration of narratives within organic and domestic objects as well as through the design and construction of costumes that can be transformed by the body in space which culminate in performances and installations.