Sława Harasymowicz: Radio On / Freud Museum / London

Sława Harasymowicz will give a performative talk and be in conversation with Dr Caterina Albano (University of the Arts, London) at the Freud Museum where, in June 2016, the artist created a private live performance in Freud’s former study. On Sunday, the recording of the performance will be presented publicly for the first time, along with a discussion around the personal and collective consequences of what remains one of the biggest, yet obscured, WWII maritime disasters.

The event is part of Harasymowicz’s year-long project examining the complex relationships between post-memory, political representation and autobiography, supported by Arts Council England and University of the Arts London.

Part of the same project, Harasymowicz’s current exhibition, The Spring to Comecontinues at The Poetry Library, Southbank Centre until 10 January 2017.


Radio On is free with admission to the Freud Museum – no need to book

Further details can be found here

The Spring to Come continues at The Poetry Library until 10 January 2017

Further details can be found here