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Queering Love, Queering Hormones




Other page: Juliet Jacques and Ker Walwork, This page: Nina Wakeford

Saturday 18 March 2017, 12:00 onwards. Screening takes place at BFI NFT3.
For ticket price information and to book please visit the BFI website


Join us for the premiere of these artists’ films which explore queer notions of love, affection, and community – and how to resist attempts to restrict definitions of our romantic drives.

Produced as part of a unique collaborative project (funded by Wellcome Trust, and delivered by BFI and no.w.here, in collaboration with King’s College London) the films mobilise images of petri dishes and orgies – and a Disney Princess – to examine how biomedical science (as well as the state, media and popular cinema) accounts for love.

The screening will be interspersed with stimulating conversation, considering science not only as a historically conservative force, but also contemplating the exciting potential of a radical, queer’d science. Featuring films that have been (literally) treated with hormonal chemicals, mind-blowing double projection, and one special expanded performance piece, this screening should not be missed.


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