CUNTemporary is now accepting proposals for a new episode of ‘Deep Trash’, the unique multi-disciplinary exhibition and performance club night in London.
Calling for performances, videos and artworks to be shown on Saturday 10 February 2018 at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club. We accept proposals by artists of any artistic background and nationality. We are also keen to hear from writers, artists and academics responding to the call either in written form (theory and cross-genre) or through performative lectures, which will be presented during the symposium ‘Love, Pain & Intimacy in Live Art’. This will be hosted by the Department of Drama at Queen Mary University on Thursday 8 February 2018, with a keynote talk by Dr. Dominic Johnson. Our headline guest artist for the live art night will be Nicola Hunter (http://www.nicolahunter.com).
This call looks at the dimensions of romance and intimacy, desire and love, their political potential and their subversive power. We welcome proposals that engage with discourses of queerness, feminism, blackness, diasporic, postcolonial approaches and related artistic frameworks.
More information: https://www.cuntemporary.org/open-call-for-deep-trash-romance/