In the spirit of celebrating the past, present and future of Queer, And What? has selected 10 artists spanning its 4 editions and asked them to create T-SHIRT designs that will niftily be available for sale during the festival through EVERPRESS. 

Rubby Sucky Forge

Eve Stainton (part of the Dance Double Bill)

DATE: 19 March 2020

Dance, Performance

Venue: Rich Mix

A quickening/shortening of breath induces a rapid rhythm in the body, accessing a spectrum of indulgence/emotional textures/porous states, often appearing erotic/violent/sensual/needy/desperate/practical/designed, all of it is welcome.

Something is being made in the forge. It becomes a feedback container and other things for swallowed tensions. The group are invited to work instinctively with a series of scaffolded intimacies and articulation of expression. Proximity, touch and consent allow relevant states to be explored sensitively and sometimes privately, and with you. 

Stainton is prioritising a space where the welding of sex/polyamory/radical honesty/queer aesthetics and shamed emotional territories such as jealousy/neediness/obsession/revenge can be visible and in discussion.

Rubby Sucky Forge is an expansion of a previous solo work for club spaces, by involving other performance artists with the intent to broaden the research from a singular perspective.

 

 

Post show Q+A mingle until 22:30

EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Purchase in conjunction with Mika Johnson’s Pink Lemonade
for a special price of £16/14 (conc.)

 

” Proximity, touch and consent allow relevant states to be explored sensitively and sometimes privately, and with you “

Tickets


Tickets: £12 (Limited Early Bird tickets at £10) / £10 (conc.)

Event details


Date: 19 March 2020

Time: 1900 – 2130 (with interval), post show Mingle until 2230

Location: Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, Shoreditch, London E1 6LA, United Kingdom 

Image by: Foreground of image by Anne Tetzlaff taken for INCHOATE BUZZ, Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome’s Wild Card. Digital collage by Eve Stainton

Venue


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