People’s Choice winner, Trixi Rosa performs ‘Clumsy Women’ at The 2017 Melbourne Spoken Word Prize, on Friday, December 1, 2017 at The Wheeler Centre.
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Trixi Rosa is a performance poet from Punakaiki, Aotearoa (NZ). Her poetry is a vulnerable and awkward inquiry into the intersections of identity and the endless pursuit of place. She explores the enigmatic experience of being a woman, constantly summoned to undress and redress. She shares stories of struggle and survival, resilience and resistance. Stories of love and sexuality. Stories of family.
Her writing is deeply seated in her own personal experience, both lived and perceived.
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