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Hetero Normativity Kills is back

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, I have re-released the iconic ‘Hetero Normativity Kills’ art by Melbourne-based, collective @male.ritual. As the collective disbanded, they released the art to the public.

From the Male Ritual Website:

“Male Ritual is ending, but heteronormative culture continues.

‘Warning’ artwork is now free to use through Creative Commons. Create your own stickers, patches and merch. Fundraise for a queer charity in your city.

Male Ritual is Social Trauma” — Sadie Smith (Peeple Watchin’, G.L.O.S.S.)”

So I’m keeping their work alive.

And you can purchase it here.

ALL of the proceeds I receive from sales will be donated directly to a LGBTQI charity.

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Don’t Miss: The Other Woman

Nat Randall and collaborators, The Second Woman (video still), Dark Mofo, 2017. Image courtesy the artists

FRI 20 OCT, 6PM — SAT 21 OCT, 6PM

Carriageworks – Liveworks
Bay 20
Tickets available at the door only – $15
Cash Only

‘In an epic feat of endurance, Nat Randall performs a single scene inspired by John Cassavetes’ 1977 film Opening Night, on repeat for 24 continuous hours. Starring opposite Randall are 100 different men who range in age, background and acting ability. Each scene is captured on camera and projected live alongside the staged performance. Through the repetition of this intimate encounter, The Second Woman explores the complex interplay between identity, performance, gender, emotion, cinema and reality.

Premiering at Melbourne’s Next Wave Festival last year, The Second Woman was named as one of Guardian Australia’s “10 most groundbreaking shows by women” in 2016. This enthralling performance and cinematic experience—coming to Sydney for the first time—is not to be missed.’ –

Tom will be participating in the event around 2.30am, Saturday. Seriously Sydney, don’t miss this.

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Business Unfinished @ Adelaide Feast Festival

Tom Christophersen’s latest work is queer theatre like you’ve never seen before. The Sydney Mardi Gras headliner interweaves pre-recorded, verbatim audio interviews with Australians who have experienced paranormal phenomena in their homes, with live theatre and installation.

Visually captivating, this performance creates a portal where audiences witness the appearance of unexplained supernatural forces and autobiographical, lip-sync disco.

An artistic investigation into how we might use art to reconcile our occasionally haunted pasts.

November 14th – 18th, 7pm
Tickets $28/$23

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