Natasha Jozi, I whispered and pulsated with the waves, performance, Karachi Biennale 2019

First Fridays

First Friday - Young Pakistani Performance Artists by Natasha Jozi

  • March 5, 2021, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
  • Online with Zoom or Facebook Live

Free! Watch online with Zoom or Facebook Live. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81958146573

Presented with support of the Caroline Dukes Memorial Fund at the Winnipeg Foundation

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81958146573

Performance art, a highly visceral medium, was largely unexplored in Pakistan, but in the last five years a generation of artists have authentically engaged with it to share their untold stories. This lecture will share the works of young performance artists exploring themes of loss, gender conflicts and confrontations, and reimagining the boundaries of the body. The performances take a range of forms (interactive, meditative or theatrical), but their thematic connections expand on each artist’s unique understanding of one or more of these themes.

Auto-captions are available if you watch the lecture with Zoom. 

If you are unable to watch the lecture live it will remain posted on our Facebook page. It will also be recorded, closed captioning added and then posted here by the end of March.

  • Natasha Jozi

    Natasha Jozi is a visual thinker and performance artist interested in the collective experience and the intersection of science and the spiritual body. She has exhibited her work widely, nationally and internationally. She is the founder and director of House Ltd., an initiative that explores the notion of the city as a performing organism. Through her curatorial projects, she strives to generate discourse around performance art in Pakistan. Jozi resides and works in Munich, Germany.