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Chardine Taylor Stone.

Stone is a cultural producer, musician, DJ and activist. She was the program coordinator for the Black British Feminism: Past, Present and Futures 2015 conference, is one of the founder members of Reclaim Brixton and was recently featured in The Voice newspaper as one of the Women Who Rocked the World in 2015. She also plays drums in Black feminist punk band Big Joanie. As a writer and feminist activist her interests include art, Afrofuturism and music with a particular focus on the history of subcultures, Black women’s activism, working class feminism, Black queer identities and Black involvement in the esoteric, weird and downright bizarre! chardinetaylorstone.com

Cai Zhang.

Zhang is primarily interested the presence of the digital human online, and its relationship with the physical corporeality as both an individual and social artefact. She employs performances, text and sculptures to attempt to locate the origin of shame and desire within both the corporeal and the digital body. In hope to answer the question: what makes us who we are in the digital age. Recent work focus on online dating, with outcome of her own experience conveyed through stand-up comedy and participatory performances. cai.gallery FEMINISMS: ARTS OF A WOMAN // 7

Feminisms: Arts of a Woman  

How does creative practice and education value the narratives of the nuances of feminisms? ‘Much contemporary debate has posed the question...

Feminisms: Arts of a Woman  

How does creative practice and education value the narratives of the nuances of feminisms? ‘Much contemporary debate has posed the question...

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