Auto Italia is seeking new Trustees
Auto Italia is seeking to expand their Board of Trustees and appoint new individuals to advise and support Auto Italia’s growth, organisational model, and creative work at this pivotal moment in the organisation’s history.
Drag is embodied speculative fiction, clubs are queer heterotopias, pornography is pedagogy, and queer collectivity is a means of survival.
Feral Kin opens at Auto Italia, 28th Feb 7-9pm, now also including contributions from The Empath Group, with more TBA
'Notes after-before' by Special Tears (Cassandre Greenberg and Christopher Kirubi)
“Notes after-before” is a text performed by Special Tears (Cassandre Greenberg + Christopher Kirubi) as part of Dream Babes at Auto Italia, exploring the tropes of crying in its various iterations.
On Coping: A Reading for Liverpool
It’s time to work together and find new strategies. What can we learn through empathy, prophecies, tarot and speculation? What systems are available to us to hijack and redirect value? As the elite closes in, let’s create our own spaces for autonomy and creative production.
DREAM BABES: Speculative Futures Zine Launch
We're excited to share details of the next iteration of the Dream Babes project - the launch of the Speculative Futures Zine, 7-9pm, March 23rd at The Horse Hospital, London.
LIGHT DECEPTION / THE GREAT IMITATOR
LIGHT DECEPTION / THE GREAT IMITATOR is a newly commissioned one night live spectacle by Ruth Angel Edwards exploring the communication of ideology through pop culture, that is both an introduction to a theory and an indoctrination of an audience.
- now including contributions from @hollywhite4eva and Caspar Heinemann - opens Tues 28th Feb, 7-9 with a full programme of events to be announced
Our reality has changed. Mark Fisher 1968-2017
Richard John Jones remembers Mark Fisher.
Metahaven’s 2016 film project Information Skies weaves new realities, informed by VR. Through a dramatisation of this experiential technology, using live footage and animation, concepts of authenticity and lived experience are positioned as fictional provocations. How might we understand ‘truth’ and ‘law’ in a world of infinitely self-producing belief systems?