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On June 22, the Live Art Development Agency in London will host the culmination of a series of pilot events that have taken place across England and Nogales (United States/Mexico border) titled Performingboders Live: Curating Borderless Spaces. The event aims to address the ways in which people can collaborate without racial, gender, economic and sexual borders determining the space. This is represented through a series of talks, performances, commissioned premieres, provocations, and even a delicious vegan lunch.

The line-up welcomes artists, intellectuals and activists from a multitude of disciplines. It will aptly begin with non-conformist artist and activist Raju Rage’s keynote in which they will discuss how to curate collaborative, borderless spaces. As well as performative presentations from the likes of the London-based Istanbul Queer Arts Collective, who represent “queer art of the future” and who draw upon the innately performative nature of gender and sexuality. There will also be a live Q & A with the perfromingborders curators Alessandra Cianetti and Xavier de Sousa. To close the event, Season Butler will write her musings on the day as a whole before the audience.
The event Curating Borderless Spaces will take place on June 22 at the Live Art Development Agency, The Garrett Centre, 117 Mansford Street, London.

Lara Delmage
Cover photo
Helena Walsh
In, Pursuit of Pleasure at LABOUR in Void Gallery, Derry/Londonderry, 2012. Photo by Jordan Hutchings.

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