TW: Mental health, physical and emotional trauma Francesco Ferranti: Can you please introduce yourself? Kenneth Constance Loe: My name is … More
Community: in-conversation series for “SpectRoom: Fluid Narratives”. Interview w/ Camilla Cole, London-based independent curator and founder of Cole Project about curating during a pandemic
Community is an in-conversation series with curators, writers, and activists on themes surrounding the exhibition SpectRoom: Fluid Narratives. Topics such … More
“SpectRoom: Fluid Narratives” exhibition: Rob Hesp launch of short film ‘Scaff’, exploring support structures
The exhibition SpectRoom: Fluid Narratives curated by me aims to tell stories that explore gender identity, queerness, love, loss and … More
Louche: a patriarchy-shaking, genre-bending indie magazine. In conversation with Georgeous Michael, Louche’s daddy
For as long as I can remember, drag has been intertwined with queer culture, connected to the vaudeville theatre and … More
An encounter with London-based Madrid-born actor and performance artist Luis Amália: 2 For a Fiver and Las Rutinas Pervertidas.
Photo Courtesy: @Almudena Romero London-based Madrid-born actor and performance artist Luis Amália undertook his acting training at several institutions such as … More
Drag On: a performance by James Morgan on the future of queer identity, fantasy and myth.
James changing shoes during Drag On. Courtesy of James Morgan. James Morgan … More