Vendredi 9 Mars de 19:30 à 21:00
au Centre de l’Université de Chicago à Paris
Always rebelling against the hypocrisy of America’s picture perfect Hollywood image, which it exports through television, films and commercial music, the art of Lydia Lunch reveals the down and dirty side of the all too real American underbelly.
Lydia Lunch has for the past three decades forged a unique body of work that bears testimony to a creative schizophrenia, which encompasses film, poetry, spoken and written word, music and photography. As an author she has been translated into seven languages. She has performed at universities, museums, and poetry festivals throughout America and Europe.
Centre de l’Université de Chicago à Paris, 6 rue Thomas Mann, Paris 13ème. Métro Ligne 14 / RER C Bibliothèque François Mitterrand