Ovalhouse, together with BraveNewWorlds present Trinity – a visually stunning, design-led performance staged in a derelict gothic chapel in Peckham’s Asylum. Transporting audiences to another world, this offsite event explores the aesthetics of gender and female iconography in society’s visual culture, from pagan and religious artefacts to pop culture’s bedroom selfies.

Trinity questions the ethics and politics involved in the representation, mutation and transformation of the female form in our collective visual consciousness. Creating a highly visceral visual landscape with an immersive sound experience that explores otherness, this production features sound by Demetrio Castellucci and light by Darren Johnston.

By continuing to present challenging and inspirational theatre that speaks to a world beyond the mainstream, Ovalhouse acts as a vital home for boundary-pushing art, artists and audiences with an eye on the future.

Trinity is presented off-site at Asylum, Caroline Garden’s Chapel Monday 19th – Tuesday 27th June 2017.

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