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OVADA Art Talks – Sonia Boue
16 June at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
We are excited to announce the Artist Sonia Boue as a guest in our online OVADA Art Talk series.
As part of our ongoing series of informal weekday morning talks, we invite professionals working in the creative industries to talk about their projects and contemporary practices. The series provides insights into specific cross-disciplinary areas of the arts and culture sector. The talks are held online via ‘ZOOM‘ – a widely used video communication platform.
Sonia Boué will be in conversation with the arts journalist Romina Provenzi, to discuss her multiform work which explores home and the domestic as metaphors for exile and displacement. Sonia has a significant body of postmemory work. She is also a writer on autism and art, and a leading consultant for neurodiversity in the arts.
Sonia Boue – Biography
Boué is concerned with objects, identity and location. Rooted in a fascination with family archives, material memory, and the themes of forced migration and inherited trauma, her work has been exhibited internationally and is held in digital form at Tate Britain, the BBC, and Bodleian Library in Oxford. She has performed in the UK, Ireland, and Spain. Sonia also creates and leads Arts Council England funded projects which pioneer inclusive models of practice.
She participates in a variety of community arts projects and carries out visual research in academic contexts.
Tuesday 16th June, 11am
The duration of the talk will last 30 minutes, and the following 10 minutes for questions.
We have introduced a small charge to attend the talks series.
All of the proceeds from this event will be used to fundraise for OVADA during this challenging time.
This event ‘OVADA Art Talks’ is part of a series of talks programmed by Art writer Romina Provenzi.