"Since she was a small child she had a recurring dream. In the dream everyone she loves is dead. The dream is pale pink and when she wakes up her mother tells her that dreaming of death means pregnancy, or multiplicity, or more".
Linda Stupart will perform from a new project, 'some men have mistaken me for death', featuring underground futures, PTSD as time travel, ceramics, and horses.
Linda Stupart (South Africa) is a London-based artist, writer and educator from Cape Town. They recently completed their PhD in the Art Department at Goldsmiths College with a project engaged in new considerations of objectification and abjection. Their current work engages with queer theory, science fiction, environmental crises, magic, language, desire, and revenge. They have recently performed and shown work at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; no.w.here, IMT Gallery, Matt’s Gallery and The Showroom, all London. http://lindastupart.net
Part of our Queer Futures public programme and exhibition exploring narratives for queer resistance, from mythology and folklore to speculative science fiction. The programme will include performances, screenings, discussions and workshops and each event will leave a contribution in the space to form a gradually expanding archive.
This event is free and everyone is welcome.