27 Mar 2018 - 9:00 am to 31 Mar 2018 - 4:00 pm
King's Art Rooms

Curated by King’s College Graduate Student, Sian Creely, “Rare” is an erotic criss-cross of lights and shadows that traces an act of creative play between a group of subversive underground queer artists in a low lit, gritty backstage room of a New York City night club. An intimate photographic sketch and gender-bending performance combine in this space of spontaneous creation.  Ephemeral, atmospheric and defiant, these bites of desire cut a path between the personal and the performative.

NAZITA was born in Madrid, Spain in 1982. She has a BFA in photography from Parsons School of Design - The New School in New York and an MFA in Scenic Arts and Dance from the Alicia Alonso Dance Institute - King Juan Carlos University, Spain.

Her artistic curiosity is fuelled by a passionate zest for life. A multidisciplinary artist with a nomadic upbringing, she expresses her soul’s journey with a playful intensity that highlights the wondrous mirage of life through the enigmatic universe of the arts.

For more information contact
Sian Creely: sec95@cam.ac.uk

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