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Burong (曾不容)

Burong (曾不容)

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Burong (曾不容) is a Beijing/Brighton based live art practitioner-researcher and theatre-maker. Her work deals with the politics of intimacy, gut feelings and posthuman aesthetics. Currently, Burong is undertaking doctoral research on feminist resistance in live art practices since the 1990s.

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Howl Yuan_Recording April & May_2019_ London & Bristol
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Howl Yuan_Recording April & May_2019_ London & Bristol
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