An exhibition examining themes of race opens in North London next month.

Artist Tanoa Sasraku’s exhibition opens at LUX on Saturday, March 7. The exhibition employs the narrative of Pierrot the Clown, and the aesthetic of the pioneering avant-garde film Rabbit’s Moon, to explore the quest for British identity from a lesbian, mixed-race, British perspective.

The exhibition will include the film O’ Pierrot, original costumes created by the artist, and other supporting materials and will be followed by a series of talks and events.

LUX, Waterlow Park Centre, Dartmouth Park Hill, N19 5JF, Saturday, March 7, to Saturday, April 18. Details: 020 3141 2960