Together with Aren Aizura and Kyla Schuller, I will be organizing a stream of panels on the topic “Affect and its Queer Intersections: Race, Trans*, and Biopolitics” at a very exciting conference this fall, October 14-17, 2015.
Affect Theory: Worldings | Tensions | Futures takes place at Miller’s University in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is organized by the kickass team Gregory Seigworth, Heather Love and Lisa Marie Blackman. So CHECK IT OUT and remember: Monday 18 May is the deadline for ABSTRACTS to all of the streams… and please especially send in work for Stream #7. Read more ›
To discuss her upcoming show and way of working, Yishay Garbasz and I skyped for hours. Since she is severely dyslexic I transformed this conversation into a sort of interview piece that was published on the Huffington Post. I hope to continue doing these exercises of “research portraits” with gender variant artists as a way to develop my method for the Vital Art project. Yishay has a show opening in New York City at
Recently I gave my first performative lecture called “Recovery POST-PERFORMANCE of an AFTERTALK” together with the solo artist that I was speaking about, the dynamic young dancer from Austria, Florentina Holtzinger. Her gripping, sexy and messy show “Recovery” was also at Frascati the evening before. Together we decided to stage a fight between the artist and critic, using boxing gloves, since a kickboxing scene is that the heart of the act. And I used to kickbox a bit, but what a dream come true to go at it with Flo! Thanks to the Frascati artistic director, Mark Timmer,
I have been invited by the trans studies and media scholar Dr. Josch Hoenes to give a talk at the University of Oldenburg.
The program (kolleg) “Queer Studies and Intermedia: Art – Music – Media Culture” is organizing a symposium at the Institute of Art and Visual Culture. This three day event from January 20-31, 2015, is called “Perverse Assemblages. Queering heteronormative Read more ›
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Guest Editors: David Gramling and Anirudha Dutta
This issue of Transgender Studies Quarterly calls for multilingual and translational critique. Submissions of 4000-9000 words (in any language). Due March 1, 2015 for publication in Spring 2016.
Trans* at the Animation festival KLIK!
On November 9 from 2:30 pm I will be speaking on a panel with fellow animation enthusiasts Jiro Ghianni, Petra van Dijk, and Rein Anspach! All of us are discussing “Transgender modes to decode” popular media. Marije Janssen will moderate and clips from everything from Mario Bros. games to underground cinema will be shown. Organized by KLIK! and hosted by EYE Filmmuseum.