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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Photography by Sophie Haylen
There is just under two weeks til I debut my first ever solo show at Crack Theatre Festival and I can’t believe how quickly it has come and how excited I am to show you what I’ve made.
‘Business Unfinished’ started a year ago when I applied for PACT‘s ‘Vacant Room‘ program. I was completely obsessed with the whole notion of the paranormal. I was watching a lot of really trashy American Ghost shows and 90s horror movies. I was fascinated by the ideathat people experience terrific and unexplainable spectacles in their homes (paranormal or otherwise) that they were willing to ignore or rationalise.
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I wanted to make a show which incorporated people’s donated ghost stories with my own interviews with my Mum, about my Dad – who saw ghosts in our family homes before my parents divorced when I was 9.
After my PACT residency, I received a lot of encouragement and positive feedback about the show. I very much wanted to turn my residency piece into a ‘fully formed show’. A cabaret exorcism that only I could perform without being possessed by the devil. I applied to Crack. I got in – and ‘Business Unfinished’, the show, was conceived. The new material is satanic, scary, saucy and secret.
Below are the times and dates. I hope you can make it out to Newcastle to come and see it and heaps of other awesome stuff playing during THIS IS NOT ART. It’s also my 28th birthday so definitely come and have an ‘I-beat-the-27-club’ cocktail if you’re in the area.
Playing at ‘The Crack House’ – Market Square, Hunter Street, NEWCASTLE
Friday 2 October – 10:30 pm – 11:20 pm
Saturday 3 October – 11:30 pm – 12:20 am
Cost: FREE (+ your soul)