Victoria Sin (b. 1991, Toronto, Canada) is an artist who uses speculative fiction within performance, moving image, writing and print to interrupt normative processes of desire, identification, and objectification.
Whiskey Chow (b. 1989, Guangzhou, China) is a London-based performance artist and Chinese drag king. Chow's art practice engages with broadly defined political issues, from female and queer masculinity, problematising the nation-state across geographic boundaries, to stereotypical projections of Chinese/Asian identity.
Jenkin van Zyl (b. 1993, London) lives and works in London, where he studies at the Royal Academy Schools. Van Zyl’s new film installation on display at Hayward Gallery, Looners (2019), plays out a kaleidoscopic horror narrative among abandoned Hollywood movie sets.
Tarek Lakhrissi (b. 1992, Châtellerault France) is a visual artist, poet and writer based in Paris. His work has been exhibited in Auto Italia, London; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Fondation Lafayette Anticipations, Paris; La Galerie, Noisy-le-Sec, Paris; Artexte, Montreal; Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius; and Wendy’s Subway, Brooklyn, among others.
Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings (b. 1991, Newcastle/London) live and work in London. Their work, which centres on themes of queerness and resistance, includes the UK Gay Bar Directory (2015 – 2016), a moving-image archive of gay bars in the UK. Quinlan and Hastings' contribution features Montpellier-based musician Jesse Hultberg.
Jesse Hultberg (b. 1960, New York) co-founded the music group 3 Teens Kill 4 No Motive in 1980 in New York City with David Wojnarowicz, Brian Butterick and Max Blagg. Hultberg founded Wildmonk Records and self-released the albums Jesse Hultberg (1994) and 20 Years Old (2015). He has appeared in films by David Wojnarowicz and Norman René.
For ages 15+ only.
This performance features the use of latex.
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