As part of the public programme for Metabolic time / Am meitibileach, Raju Rage will share their research Fermentation IS Transformation.
A sharing of musings, research and practice on the social and political concepts and components of fermentation. An antidote and antithesis to individualist capitalist artistic production by Raju Rage.
Book your ticket and the link to this time-limited presentation by Raju Rage will be sent to you on 4 April.
Raju Rage is proactive about using art, education and activism to forge creative survival. Born in Kenya, raised in London and living/working beyond, they explore the spaces and relationships between dis/connected bodies, theory and practice, text and the body and aesthetics and the political substance. Their current interests are around sustainability, economies, care, and resistance. They are a member of Collective Creativity arts collective and are a creative educator and independent scholar with an interest in radical pedagogy.
Raju has a theirstory in activism, self and collective organised queer/ transgender/ people of colour movements and creative projects in London and beyond from which their politics and works draw on and from.
Raju has trained as a pastry chef and baker, worked in several community kitchens and been part of a baker’s collective.
Project Arts Centre is proud to be supported by the Arts Council Ireland and Dublin City Council.