#FLAWA2020 returns in May 2020 and to get you warmed up we’ve put together a night of female power at global arts space, EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney). It’s set to be a lively night of Latin American pride, fashion, feeling and groove! 🥳🌻
Come and dance with us in celebration of Latinx women in arts, with Riobamba whizzing from NYC to bring joy and resistance in a futuristic club set, stylish angel Princess Prada wooing us on the mic with her high-drama reggaeton performance, and our beloved London-based DJ and visual artist Bushbby on decks. 🤩
The evening will raise money for the next instalment of the Festival of Latin American Women in Arts, a not-for-profit that aims to elevate and celebrate the work of Latin American women in the UK capital.
More info on the artists:
Riobamba‘s rowdy, deeply researched live sets reflect nightlife’s power as a site of joy and resistance, amplifying connective tissues between YouTube clips, bodega soundtracks, and noise hyperreality, “suped up with a twisted, industrial gnarl” (Complex). The Fader has called her production work “a radically self-expressive piece of futurism that stands against a single, boxed-in definition of what Latinx club music can be.”
Princess Prada is a London and Stockholm-based Latinx artist. Her lyrics portray the hassles and intrigues of a flamboyant Latin American art scene obsessed with getting somewhere in the international contemporary art scene. A voice that talks of crappy day-jobs, filling out art forms, vertical vs transversal love relations of a sapiosexual leaning towards the horizontal.
BUSHBBY – Artist and DJ Bushbby channels the sounds of her Colombian heritage to bring Afro-Latin grooves and Carribean heat to UK dancefloors.
Join us to this happy launch party 🙌🏽🌻