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From splintered childhood to political performance

Demonology. Kate Pendry's Life and Art
Forfatter: Marie Laland Ekeli
Forlag: Transit forlag (Norge)
An intense tenderness emerges, but also an anger on behalf of the child Kate.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

Kate Pendry came to Norway in 1995 and quickly became a significant voice through provocative performance and biting contemporary drama. Prior to her refreshing intake, the free theater arena was most of the people of particular interest. Pendry's controversial theme choices and political moves made it boil down to the media's front pages. Reluctant Norwegians were furious with hate speech, social debate and great public response. Pendry's artwork struck with great force.

British Pendry commits one of its many characters, Dead Diana. Her performance rebukes popular culture's homage and iconization of the people. . .

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Ellen Lande
Lande is a film writer and director and a regular writer for Ny Tid.

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