Cambridge Couch Conversations with Lee Kofman

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By the time she was eleven and living in the Soviet Union, Lee Kofman had undergone several major operations on both a defective heart and injuries sustained in a bus accident.

In a captivating mix of memoir and cultural critique,Kofman casts a questioning eye on the myths surrounding our conception of physical perfection and what it’s like to live in a body that deviates from the norm.

She reveals the subtle ways we are all influenced by the bodies we inhabit, whether our differences are pronounced or noticeable only to ourselves.

She talks to people of all shapes, sizes and configurations and takes a hard look at the way media and culture tell us how bodies should and shouldn’t be.

Illuminating, confronting and deeply personal, Imperfect challenges us all to consider how we exist in the world and how our bodies shape the people we become. 

Book sales and signing will be available at the event thanks to Dymocks Subiaco. 

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. Contact the Cambridge Library 9383 8999 or library@cambridge.wa.gov.au

Image credit: Daniel Kukek Photography

When

  • Tuesday, 14 January 2020 | 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Location

Cambridge Library, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat 6014  View Map

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