Exhibition: Phreaking Gender
September 26 - September 28FREE
PHREAKING GENDER expands the themes of Nicole O’Reilly’s titular documentary into an installation art show. O’Reilly teams up with Luke ‘Luca’ Cockayne to create a space for all to explore their relationship to gender and the ways that art can support and enhance The Transgender Experience™. In the face of oppressive paternalistic medical systems that deny trans people bodily autonomy, and at a time when our very existence is threatened, PHREAKING GENDER provides a techno-anarchist manifesto, showing that self-augmentation and the creation of radical queer communities is not just a necessity for wellbeing, but as an act of empowerment and rebellion in itself. Work by Nicole O’Reilly & Luke ‘Luca’ Cockayne.
This exhibition is open from 3-9pm on 26th, 27th and 28th September at the Creative Lab in CCA, Glasgow
This exhibition is FREE.
- Discussion of gender dysphoria, suicide, familial abuse;
- Depiction of nudity, needles, kinky activities, sexual content, drug use, transphobia, body fluids.
This exhibition has strobing lighting.
This installation has an age recommendation of N/C 18+.
English audio with English language captions.
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We ask that you wear a mask if possible and please don’t attend the screening if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in recent contact with a confirmed case. FFP2 masks will be available for free around the building.
Image: from Phreaking Gender (2023, Dir. Nicole O’Reilly)