New provocative show 'Oh Yes Oh No' exploring sexuality and consent opens in Battersea

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New provocative show 'Oh Yes Oh No' exploring sexuality and consent opens in Battersea

A new show which uses interviews from the British public on issues like sexuality and consent has opened in Battersea. 'Oh Yes Oh No' is the work of Louise Orwin - the award-winning performance artist, who often puts awkwardness and feminism at the heart of her work. The latest piece follows the Me Too movement, and has been described as surreal and dark. 

Oh Yes Oh No runs at Battersea Arts Centre for 2 weeks until November 23. 

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