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28 March 2024
Performance Space New York Online

A Global Feminist Critique of Capital: Reflecting on Fanon, Federici, Spillers, and Spivak

Silvia Federici Hortense J. Spillers Gayatri C. Spivak Denise Ferreira da Silva Paula Chakravartty

A conversation and livestream considering a global feminist critique of capital with Silvia Federici, Hortense Spillers and Gayatri C. Spivak.

Two people sit on a sofa facing each other, they are licking cakes in an exaggerated manner. There is text on the image. It reads "If words are magic, and therefore speaking is akin to weaving spells, then what is lying?"
25 November 2023
Conway Hall

Book Launch: Truth and Lies (London)

Marin Scarlett Lib Lobberson ZuZu Gabrielli Maedb Joy Black Venus Chao-Ying Betty Rao

An evening extravaganza celebrating the London launch of Truth & Lies: an Anthology of Writing and Art by Sex Workers

Expect slutty DJs, playful performances, stripper poles, rococo cakes, union broads and intimate readings…

30 July 2022
CCA

Book Launch: Truth and Lies – an anthology of writing and art by sex workers

An evening of live performances, readings & saucy rococo cakes celebrating the launch of Truth and Lies – An Anthology of Writing and Art by Sex Workers.

A peachy orange background has black text that says Abolitionist Feminist Future
3 August 2020
Online

The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House: Abolitionist Feminist Futures

Akwugo Emejulu Gail Lewis Hortense J. Spillers Miss Major Zoé Samudzi

A panel exploring how to dismantle the master’s house — its material edifices and ideological architecture — and the construction of abolitionist futures in the present.

Revolution is not a one-time event
Mijke point to a white board their face is reflected in a tv screen to their lef
24 November 2019
Tramway

Multilogics and Poetics of Radical Transfeminism

Mijke van der Drift Nat Raha

Underlying radical transfeminism, as an urgent critique of binary essentialism and fixed identities, is the call for a new kind of thinking that can move between and integrate the truths of all lives in their transformations.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Two abstract images merge. Earth coloured circles. Traces of particle decay.
24 November 2019
Tramway

The utterly in common, or bodies of colour in the flesh

James Goodwin Nisha Ramayya

“Beginning where you and me ends, where we don’t so much come but are already here.” Join James and Nisha to talk about breath, erotics and flesh, about our social, poetic cosubstantiality.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
From left to right, moving from the longest to the shortest, are drawn the world
21 November 2019
Tramway

Entangling history, phenomenology, metaphysics, culture, and mathematics: the model RTSK

Fernando Zalamea

Profound mathematical ideas for romantics, to help us linger in the difference we share.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
A mesmerising shot of light reflecting, golden, off many hundreds of thin wires
21 November 2019
Tramway

Corpus Infinitum

Denise Ferreira da Silva

Do ideas emerging from particle physics help to re-think of blackness as a mode of life in which it’s possible to practice difference without separation?

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Several rows of audience members smile and one has a hand raised
17 April 2014
The New School

Ballroom Town Hall Meeting

Various Artists

Open community meeting to discuss some of the prevalent concerns impacting the ballroom community.

Master Ballstar Weekend
A flyer in black and grey that says Master BallStar Weekend
15 – 20 April 2014
MoMA PS1 The New School Holiday Inn Club Escuelitas

Master Ballstar Weekend

A series of events organised by the Vogue’ology collective from the House Ballroom community in New York grounded in the scenes history of autonomous, self-organised struggle and a shared investment in collective art practices and how those intersect with the multiple and often divergent struggles for freedom.

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