Nando's new work, commissioned by The Library of Performing Rights and LADA, is an artistic response to the ever more pressing question: How can artists react ethically to social injustice?
The Pink Supper has developed into an exploration of ethics in performance, an urgent artistic quest for red-hot honesty. As the world’s politics turn to reactionary populism, Nando turns to shocking pink.
Join Nando in his world of lavish symbolism, profound spectacle, adoring icons who let you down, insistent sincerity and his unique elegant rage.
Dress code: angry pink …but only if that feels really you.
Thursday 7th November, 7.30pm
Raven Row, E1 7LS
Tickets available here.
Also, join Nando for a Long Table discussion on being in exile, leaving home, LGBTQI+ human rights and social justice on Friday 8th November, also at Raven Row. This will be an opportunity to view the performance traces from the previous evening, where you can see the commissioned ceramic plates made by Nando and Aga Robak.
Tickets for the long table are available here.
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