28 October - 29 October Take This for it is my Body

Overview: Whose history do we tell?

Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 October | Safehouse 1, 139 Copeland Road, London SE15 3SN – see below for session times.

Come join Indigenous Australian artist, S.J Norman for a traditional cream tea with a twist…

Take part in a typically British colonial cultural ritual that has been reinterpreted by three Aboriginal performers. Explore ideas of ‘contamination’, the complex history of the British Empire and the impact of the ongoing legacy of the British Empire on First Nations People.

Part of the Becoming Blood Weekender.


Booking is free via our Eventbrite page here.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is free to book but we ask attendees to make a voluntary donation of £5.00 to National Justice Project. You can do this via their website here.


Saturday 28 October: 2pm-10pm (15 mins each). No performances 4-5pm and 7-8pm.

Sunday 29 October: 2pm-7pm (15 mins each). No performances 4-5pm.

Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts.



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The Artist: Sarah-Jane Norman

S.J Norman is an interdisciplinary artist and writer, of Wiradjuri, Wonnarua and Anglo-Celtic ancestry, born on the sovereign lands of the Gadigal people. Their work traverses performance, installation, sculpture, text, video and sound. Norman’s primary medium is the body: the body as a spectacle of truth and a theatre of fantasy; a siphon of personal and collective memory; a site where histories, narratives, desires and discourses converge and collapse.


Naretha Williams, Wiradjuri interdisciplinary artist and performer.

Carly Sheppard, a cross-disciplinary performance artist and choreographer and a descendent of the Wallangamma and Takalaka tribes.

Booking: Free Entry

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