Emma Wolf-Haugh | ‘Libidinous Memorial Flag’
4th May, 7pm BST | Art/ Work Association
We’re thrilled to share that on Tuesday 4th of May at 7pm, artist Emma Wolf-Haugh will host a session for Art/ Work Association. In this session, Emma will share their WIP spoken video work ‘Libidinous Memorial Flag’ and discuss recent research into non-reproductive public spaces of sexual pleasure. This session has been organised by A/WA member and curator Daniel Bermingham, as part of a Liquid collaboration.
Art/ Work Association is a peer forum for artists and creative workers that generates an ongoing programme of workshops, skills training and critical feedback sessions, conceived as a platform for artist-led learning.
Supported and hosted by Auto Italia, the forum is free to join and open to practitioners within 5 years of higher education graduation. Members gain support through self-organised learning, critical dialogue and access to a proactive network of artists in London.
If you would like to join A/WA as a member or find out more, please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decolonise Our Genitals | Episode 1: Britain’s New Great Low26th March 2021, 11am EST / 4pm GMT
Due to absolutely no public demand, Roisin and Daniel have finally been given a radio show. Decolonise Our Genitals is a trashy bi-monthly chat show about desire, British men and cultural imperialism in sex, presented by Montez Press and Liquid.
Our first episode is an attempt to introduce the core ideas of the series, reflect on a new low for Britain, and talk absolute filth. We also rate British men 1-10, from Nigel Farage to Phil Lynott.
In future episodes, we will be joined by guests digging deeper into what decolonial practices might look like in sex and relationships. We are delighted that our first guest will be MacKenzie Wark, who’ll be joining us for our May show.
This episode’s track is Violet Gibson by Lisa O’Neill.
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I Like to Watch is an online exhibition of short film and moving image works by artists, filmmakers and independent porn-makers using the camera to explore desire, voyeurism, and intimacy in the digital age.
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