Jo Bannon: Alba
15th November 2017
A powerful story of paleness, blending in and standing out.
“I was born on the day the Pope came to Coventry, my home town. In my family this unexpected appearance was perceived as a blessing. A sublime gift”
Influenced by her experience as a person with albinism, Jo Bannon uses blinding light, proximity, movement and sound to create an extraordinary visual poem.
Alba explores the stories we tell of ourselves and the stories told about us, the myths we inherit and the ones we embody, the identities we cannot shake off and so instead perform.
‘A candid, powerful and moving self-portrait’ – Exeunt Magazine
Pay What You Can Afford.
Doors open 7.30pm, starts 8pm.