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Jackie Wang and Alexander Moll are on dark stage spotlit with a yellow and blue
22 November 2019
Tramway

Cottonmouth Liturgy

Alexander Moll Jackie Wang

A multi-media harp and spoken word tribute to the incalculable, the in-deducible, the suspicious static noise that accompanies the voice of truth, and the attempted aberrations in the domain of emergence.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Black and white image of clouds from above showing a fractal pattern
23 November 2019
Tramway

Vorticity in the Eternal Hum

Alexander Moll Jackie Wang

What’s the relationship between the eternal hum of the oceanic beloved and the persistence of vorticity in fluid dynamics? And how does Alice Coltrane’s harp help us stay there?

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Lonely
19 November 2017
Tramway

Lonely and Hungry

Jackie Wang

Heat-mapped bodies, found porn films, Korean psyche-folk, creepy police intrusion and self-defence.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
Comic depicts gay men cruising in laundromat
19 November 2017
Tramway

Public Sex

Huw Lemmey Samuel R. Delany Jackie Wang

Could cruising and random public sex be the basis of an ethically organised society? A discussion with Jackie Wang, Samuel R. Delany and Huw Lemmey.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
Some people looking into camera through a mesh of lights
19 November 2017
Tramway

The Cybernetic Cop

Jackie Wang

A prison abolitionist punk video-poetry-music mash up about our fucked-up dystopian society, RoboCop, kids toys and criminality.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
KUCHENGA, Jackie Wang, and Nat Raha seated in discussion on red cushions
18 November 2017
Tramway

Future Justice in the Present

Jackie Wang KUCHENGA Nat Raha

Thought and action, writing and protesting. A chat with Nat Raha, KUCHENGA and Jackie Wang asking what can be learnt from writing across genres by agitators, activists and abolitionists?

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist