socially [un]acceptable

socially [un]acceptable - A photo of a person taking off their blue shirt which exposes that they have a black bra on. The person’s face is hidden by the shirt.

Dates & times

1 Venue

Content warnings

M

Age Suitability:

M

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Strong

Nudity Level:

Frequent, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Strong

Other Warnings:

Mental Health, Sexual Assault

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socially [un]acceptable - A photo of a person taking off their blue shirt which exposes that they have a black bra on. The person’s face is hidden by the shirt.

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Have you ever been put in a socially unacceptable situation? Have you ever felt guilty about not having sex with someone? Have you ever been r*ped? You're not alone.

socially [un]acceptable is an honest, brave and thought provoking performance which details one woman's personal experience of sexual assault through a series of autobiographical vignettes. With resounding ferocity and unwavering composure, socially [un]acceptable will challenge and inspire you as it takes you on a voyage through the musings of a woman fighting social pressure, discovering self-worth and understanding what it means to have ownership of your own body.

Recorded by Production Values on Kaurna land at The Mill, Adelaide, in 2020.

Presented by:
Big Mood

Adelaide locals, Laura Desmond and Steph Mitchell have worked across the arts and festival scene from Adelaide to Edinburgh and lots of fun places in between. Big Mood is passionate about fostering emerging performance and visual art work in challenging spaces, and extending the reach of these works to make an increased impact.

Big Mood aim to change the world by hunting down the challenging, rule-breaking, female-led work within the arts space.

Create. Design. Produce. Inspire.

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