Deer Woman (Julia Fairbrother and Raven Kemp) Performance & Conversation
In conjunction with the exhibition Hallucinations of Remembrance and Imminence, Southern Exposure is pleased to announce a video performance by Deer Woman (Julia Fairbrother and Raven Kemp). The recorded performance will be followed by a live conversation with the performers and artist Cristóbal Martínez.
Deer Woman is an experimental noise performance group consisting of Julia Fairbrother and Raven Kemp. Deer Woman uses themes of land, climate change, impending doom, and hope to tell a narrative through sound and visual. To understand the warnings of incoming failures of climate integrity and governmental neglect so we can better prepare ourselves and each other for what’s ahead. Deer Woman uses built instruments and recycled electronics alongside intense visuals to interact and immerse the viewers.
RSVP for the event here.
The event will be held on Zoom here.
Hallucinations of Remembrance and Imminence can be viewed by appointment. Proof of vaccination and masks are required. Appointments can be made here.
This exhibition is generously supported by grants from the Creative Work Fund, California Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, as well as Southern Exposure’s members and donors.
Donations to the Association of Ramaytush Ohlone are strongly encouraged and can be made at ramaytush.org/donate.