In South Africa, approximately 500,000 rapes, murders and beatings are committed against women every year.1 Many of these are carried out against black lesbian women, including hate crimes and practices of ‘corrective rape’.2 Zanele Muholi is a South African visual activist and creator of Inkanyiso, an activist platform that exposes the realities of black LGBTI individuals in South Africa. This month, she’s in New York as part of Brooklyn Museum’s Isibonelo/Evidence show, travelling with three… [read more »]
Marie Losier and Leigha Mason
Saturday, March 10
121 Essex St. 2nd Fl.
NY, NY 10002
We’re excited to announce a new project space in the Lower East Side. This exhibition of film and production images by Marie Losier and Leigha Mason mark the grand opening of a new project space, 1:1. This will be the the first in a series of events including a performance by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge on March 15th, “Pasolini’s Body” on March 22nd, and a Banquet for Artaud April 7.
For more info visit http://www.1to1ny.com/.