Friday is going to drip into my soul all Summer. Words fail but there are more pictures and memories
Bruce does some nude performance art with rituals and dancing, unfortunately I could not find the links on Youtube… alas he is rarely online to sort this out.
Fritz Haeg‘s Geodesic Dome located on the terrace of the gallery added to the bonding and awesomeness of the day. During breaks and when it got too hot in the studio we rested in the comfy construction, where hot drinks were available.
There was a period of scheduled workshops in the Dome; now it is available for any queer and/or craft related activity or meeting until 11th July if you go and ask or go to the site. Brent Pilkey is the tent’s guardian; he is writing a thesis on Queer Domesticity.
One of the artists who did a workshop in the Dome is Hera Cook; it was about Queer family trees and what they consist of and how they differ from biological ones. Hera joined us for body painting and beach dancing.
The presence of the tent made the day more complete as it was outside the concrete of Southbank, yet still within that area. It was a more homely environment, very home-made and intimate too. It was a good segway between studio and beach!
- Critic’s Notebook: Queer New York Festival Is in Search of Broader Definition (nytimes.com)
- “Ian MacKinnon’s Gay Hist-Orgy” Is Something To Be Proud Of (mommyfiercest.com)
- Mind-bending performance art by Olivier de Sagazan (lostateminor.com)
- The Globe (Hedron) Is a Geodesic Greenhouse for Urban Farmers (inhabitat.com)
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