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Kerith Manderson-Galvin

Artist, Writer

Kerith Manderson-Galvin is a Melbourne based performance maker and artist with an interest in capturing and inhabiting queer femininity in performance. Their work has been described as “highly original” (The Age), “highly original” (Neandellus), “thoroughly original” (Australian Arts Review) and “radically soft” (Arts Hub).

Recent projects include: Wake Me When It’s Over, a 24hr performance in collaboration with Tenfingerz; The Eternity of the World (MKA+Doppelgangster+Unofficial Kerith Fan Club for Bondi Feast and Provocare Festival, 2017); 186, 000, a documentary performance made with a group of DSG artists (MKA/City of Yarra 2016), and an upcoming revised edition of solo-performance Being Dead (Don Quixote).

Kerith holds a Masters in Writing for Performance from the VCA.

“Femininity can disarm you, take you off balance”
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ArchivedKings Cross Theatre, Kings Cross 23 Feb - 11 Mar 2018

“Femininity can disarm you, take you off balance”

Femme is a way to place oneself outside of gender, patriarchy and heterosexuality, says writer-performer Kerith Manderson-Galvin.