Creases: Tate Modern explores age, sexual identities, anxieties and desires



 
As part of the Bedfellows Sex Re-education programme of events, Tate Modern is hosting a performance called ‘Creases’ which explores perceptions of age, sexual identities, anxieties and desires. Here’s the information from their website:
 
A new performance by artist Phoebe Davies and choreographer Nandi Bhebhe. Working with an intergenerational cast Creases navigates personal journeys and perceptions of age, sexual identities, anxieties and desires.
 
This work is durational and will exist in Tate Exchange and the public spaces on Level 3, 4 and stairwells.
 
21 October 2016 at 16.00–19.00
22–23 October 2016 at 14.00–18.00

 
Looks great, and it is free to attend!

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