Had the pleasure to work with Essex-based visual artist and curator George Morl for my previous project “Queering Lockdown”. This online conversation … More
#QueeringLockdown Music Special Talking with Bristol-based musician and poet Freddie Lewis about Trans Joy, Empathy, and Gratitude Journaling.
A little introduction before we start: First of all, I hope you are ok. I first bumped into the amazing … More
#QueeringLockdown The Orange Boy: a portrait of George Morl. At the intersections between autism, queerness and art
Francesco Ferranti: Hey George, who are you and what you do? George Morl: My name is George Morl (Aka Orange … More
#QueeringLockdown Music Special: interview with London-based musician and songwriter Simon Stirling aka Someone Else
Francesco Ferranti: Hey Simon, can you first of all introduce yourself? Simon Stirling: Hey, I am Simon, aka Someone Else, … More
A conversation with London-based playwright Louis Rembges about ‘Facehugger’, a play about coming out and queer aliens
I had the pleasure to see ‘Facehugger’, the debut play of Sheffield-born playwright and actor Louis Rembges as part of … More
‘FLUID’: Exploring Gender Fluidity in Contemporary Culture at Espacio Gallery
Artists collective Human IEU presents ‘FLUID’, a group show bringing together the work of eleven artists on the concept of … More
Free Range Photography Week One 21-25.06. 2018 : selected projects on drag culture.
Free Range 2018’s logo. Courtesy of Free Range. Free Range is an Old Truman Brewery special project, established by … More
Sundlaug, a group exhibition at CentreSpace Gallery Bristol for tired bodies and distracted minds.
Sundlaug’s logo. Courtesy of artists Beth Hadfield (@bethhadfield) and KA Bird (@__kabird). “Welcome to the Sundlaug, would you like a … More