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MOVED, Queer Film is a Portal

Launch Event
Turner Contemporary
5.30-9pm
Wednesday 10th August 2022
Part of the Pride Art Map (PAM)

Join us for the opening night of MOVED, Queer Film is a Portal; a group exhibition of films by queer artists and directors, curated by PAM. 

Resonant / Radical / Melancholy / Disturbing / Vibrating / Cellular / Pixellated / Jostling / Embodied / Emotional / Materiality / Answering / Otherness / Liquid / Experimental / Choreographed / Ambient / Abstract / Spoken /  Broken / Affirmed / Strutting / illuminated / Transformative / Erotic / Smacking / Haunting / Fab /  Messy /  Amplified / Proclaimed /  Screamed / Lived / Chaotic / Transcendent / Erruptive / Vibrating

The opening event features live performances and interventions including ‘Falling-Live Show’, poetry from Ash Mukherjee and a queer rendition of Simon Stephens ‘Sea Wall’ featuring Laura Wyatt O’Keeffe. 

Proudly showing films from Tolu Oshodi, Alex Matraxia, Robert George Sanders and Harry Evans, Lo Lo No and Joseph Wilson.

Curated as a part of the Pride Art Map

Exhibition runs 10.08.22 – 13.08.22

With thanks to Turner Contemporary and Kent County Council


The Lineup


Performances

Falling-Live Show

Falling is a site specific extension of Joseph Wilson’s featured film ‘Isn’t It a Beautiful World’, which sees elements of the film come to life within the gallery.

Quantum Storm
Written and performed by Ash Mukherjee

Seawall by Simon Stephens
Reimagined as a Queer production for the first time, Sea Wall becomes a story of faith, hope and Queer love. For one performance only, Sea Wall plays the Turner Contemporary in partnership with Margate Pride.

Join us as the sun sets and her story begins.

Sea Wall was first performed at the Bush Theatre, London, on 6 October 2008.
Directed by Sophie Drake
Written by Simon Stephens
Performed by Laura Wyatt O’Keeffe

Programme

Films play in a repeated sequence from 5.30 – 8pm
5.30 Doors open
5.57 Falling Live Show    (Foyle Rooms)
6.10 Films sequence 1    (Foyle Rooms)
6.37 Falling-Live Show  (Foyle Rooms)
6.50 Films sequence 2  (Foyle Rooms)
7.17 Falling-Live Show  (Foyle Rooms)
7.30 Films sequence 3  (Foyle Rooms)
7.50 Quantum Storm, Ash Mukherjee      (foyer)
8.10 Sea Wall, Laura Wyatt O’Keeffe      (Foyle Rooms)
8.50 Thanks and good night
9.00 End

 

Film listing
Remnants, Tolu Oshodi
Is It Dirty, Alex Matraxia
Hallow Road, Robert George Sanders and Harry Evans
Proclaimer, Lo Lo No
Isn’t It a Beautiful World, Joseph Wilson.

  • Date : 10 Aug 2022 - 10 Aug 2022
  • Time : 05:30 pm (UTC)
  • Venue : Turner Contemporary, Rendezvous, Margate CT9 1HG

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