The Cera Project opens a new exhibition next Sunday 31st July at 6pm, at their amazing space in Hanbury Street near the famous Brick Lane in East London. At the launch party, visitors will have a chance to meet the curators and some of the artists that have traveled from different continents.

A very thin line interrelates a mix of emotions, medias and narratives by inviting the audience to experience the very dark and the very bright, as a result of tension between vulnerability and resistance, love and pain that is constantly whispered in our daily struggles. This thin line separates us, but we tend to thicken it by emphasizing external environmental aspects — such as gender, race, education, culture and religion. As the writer Mimma Salami underlined, the more illusions we have about the other the more erroneous perceptions we will have about the reality of people’s lives, and the less meaning we will find in ours. This exhibition curated by the independent curators Inês Valle and Mafalda Budib brings together six visual artists Bumi Thomas, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Nilbar Güreş, Nikki Luna, Rita GT and Lorena Wolffer who through their art practices have been giving voice to female narratives.

Live Performance
Between Worlds by Bumi Thomas
31 July at 8.00pm