Charming for the Revolution: A Congress for Gender Talents and Wildness (Tate Modern)

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Charming for the Revolution: A Congress for Gender Talents and Wildness
The Tanks at Tate Modern
Tate Modern
Friday 1 February – Saturday 2 February 2013

Charming for the Revolution is an experimental Congress of artists, activists and thinkers, seeking to unpick underpinning, pressing questions of contemporary sexual and gender politics; exploring strategies that divert and destabilise normative gender and its representations.

The series of events features films, a performance and a symposium and brings together the UK premiere of Wu Tsang’s award-winning film Wildness; a symposium convened by Carlos Motta with Xabier Arakistain, Esben Esther Pirelli Benestad, Giuseppe Campuzano, J. Jack Halberstam, Beatriz Preciado, Dean Spade, Terre Thaemlitz, Wu Tsang and Del LaGrace Volcano; a performance by Carlos Motta and Matthias Sperling; and a screening of works by Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz.

A discounted combined ticket is available for Gender Talents: A Special Address, Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz screening, and Wu Tsang screening. £20 adult / £15 concessions. Please call 020 7887 8888 to book this offer.

Presented in collaboration with Electra

Tate Film is supported by Maja Hoffmann / LUMA Foundation

Events in this series

Film
Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz
Friday 1 February 2013, 19.00

Wu Tsang: Wildness
Saturday 2 February 2013, 20.00

Conference
Gender talents: A special address
Saturday 2 February 2013, 11.00 – 17.00

Music and live performance
Carlos Motta and Matthias Sperling: The Movers
Saturday 2 February 2013, 17.00

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