Josefin Arnell: Affirmations to puke with
The third text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell, Affirmations to puke with accompanies Arnell's film Gag reflex / i wanna puke in heaven on show at Auto Italia.
Tender rip is a collaborative project developed by Anna McMahon and Spence Messih which explores transformations of bodies by and with language, and the slippery processes of coding and classifying both.
Can’t wait to see you all for @atabey_mamita ‘s * A HOUSE OF ECSTATIC VIRALITY * a new dance and movement practice work produced in collaboration with volunteers and health professionals of @metrocharity Emerging Communities Programme, which engages members of the Latinx and Polish communities in London around HIV prevention and support. . This Saturday 1 December at 7pm for World AIDS Day. Tickets fully booked but email firstname.lastname@example.org for waiting list! . Commissioned by Auto Italia as part of a series of events co-curated with @jackwobrien for that is open until December 16 2018, Thursday to Sunday 12-5pm. . Auto Italia x
Josefin Arnell: Extract from diary / film production Autumn 2015 – Mothership Goes To Brazil
Published to accompany the project Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you, this is the second text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell.
IF THE POOR STOPPED REPRODUCING, THE RICH WOULD CREATE THEM ARTIFICIALLY
Programmed in collaboration with Bari based project space 63rd-77th STEPS – Fabio Santacroce will present an evening of performance, video installation and readings with live contributions from Zoe Darling, Juliette Desorgues and Ella Du Cane.
Josefin Arnell: (Great ideas and stolen stuff)
The final text of the series by Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell accompanying their exhibition Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you at Auto Italia.
Sirens is a new novel by Dawn Mellor that maps a series of protagonists and their shifting relationships to crime, gender, class and sexuality.
All people with AIDS are innocent by Gran Fury suspended on Auto Italia’s facade and the banner hanging across Grant Street in front of the Henry Street Settlement Culture Center, Manhattan 1989. we’re open today 12-5pm
Margaret Haines: Sex Without Threat
The fourth text in a series from Margaret Haines and Josefin Arnell accompanying their exhibition Sister said to Satan: my diary is too hot for you at Auto Italia.
Unorganised Response is a programme of work exploring the ways in which artistic production is used as a tool for influence by organisations engaged in international cultural relations and diplomacy.
Nice write up of the show + more about Gran Fury’s history in the Times Literary Supplement online by Jack Lowery. Come see the show this weekend as it enters it’s closing weeks, we’re open daily from 12-5pm!