Friday, 2 September 2011

Performance Month at Peloton Gallery

Leah McPherson will re-perform her Untitled (Flung Piss Experiments) at Peloton Gallery on Thursday the 8th September from 6 - 8pm, 2011. 

Image Copyright: Leah McPherson 2011
Photographer: William Bullock

For more information on this performance and other performances at Peloton throughout the month of September please visit:

Performance month at Peloton was curated by Francesca Heinz.

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