In our visual-first culture, image is everything. Snapping, sharing, scrolling – our photographic appetite is gargantuan. But how literate are we when it comes to photography? And why does it matter? Beyond this, representation – or abundant lack thereof – is a vital, pressing concern for excluded and marginalised humans.
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On the eve of International Women’s Day, the celebrated Canadian company, Ballet BC, is bringing an electric trio of female-directed performances to Sadler’s Wells.