THE FAMILY AS A SPACE FOR GENDER TRANSITION at ONCA Gallery

Date

Thursday 17th February 2022

Time

6 – 8pm

Location

ONCA, 14 St George’s Place, Brighton, BN1 4GB

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THE FAMILY AS A SPACE FOR GENDER TRANSITION

For LGBT+ History Month ONCA have extended their opening hours, 1pm-8pm. They invite you to Olga Saavedra Montes de Oca’s solo exhibition: The Family as a Space for Gender Transition.

Free entry

Limited capacity – ten people in the space at one time.

About the exhibition:

By reflecting on contemporary images of transgender individuals in relation to their family, the artist seeks to query a focus on gender transition as a contemporary, individual process, to re-locate it in personal and family histories.

The exhibition shows colour photographs, depicting the Cuban families whose stories are narrated in this collaborative research project. The work also includes video installations, and serves as a space to glimpse and listen to different aspects of the participant families’ dynamics. These families are not representative of all families in Cuba, but their stories, voices and silences are part of three generations of Cubans from within the revolutionary period.

Find out more about the exhibition on ONCA’s website by clicking here.

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