The Art of Being Queer

The Art of Being Queer Exhibition explores and celebrates queer artists and their work from around the globe. It provides an identity experience through which we assimilate the ongoing fight for queer representation not only in the art industry, but in mainstream media as a whole. This exhibition is curated by The Art of Being Queer, a growing organisation and podcast that highlights the censorship queer artists of all mediums face every day, and provides a platform on which these artists can showcase their work that is otherwise underrepresented, rejected, or hidden altogether.

Screening of video performance Hypnôsee Bouffon. You can find more information here.

on the surface of things

This exhibition is the first of a series of events at Access Space over the coming year which invite artists to respond to the extraordinary contemporary circumstances.

On The Surface Of Things is an exhibition of artworks that relate to our environment, either through our dependency on it, our relationship to it, our interactions with it, or our experiences of it. It is an action affiliated with Extinction Rebellion Sheffield, in response to the declaration from Sheffield City Council of a climate emergency.

Screening of collaborative art film Consumption, with Joshua Evan on Friday 20 September. More information here.




STAGED is taking part in the staff biennale ‘Inside Job’ at Tate Exchange. The work within this screening responds to ideas of connections between performance and the digital archive/documentation/digital translations of liveness and performance in the digital age.

Screening of video performance, Bouche Ferme on Saturday 31 August.

Open Mouth Film Festival

Screening the most recent video performance, Bouche Fermee as part of this student led film festival during on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July 2019.

More information can be found here.

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Group exhibition at Croydon Clocktower & Museum about queer identities by artists who identify as gay, bisexual, queer and MSM, led by Mark Goldby.

Exhibition open from 6 to 31 July 2019, Tuesday to Saturday 12 9 am to 5 pm.

Private View Saturday 6 July, 12 noon to 4 pm.

Late at Chelsea

Join Liz Morison and Antonis Sideras, as they debut their new live art piece titled ‘Troupe Colours’.

Troupe Colours celebrates the creative union of Queerrot and Gerolazzo - two mimes from two separate marginalised groups - who were searching for company. The two playful characters cannot wait to interact with their audience with the use of hand-made props and improvised street theatre techniques, during their durational live art performance at Late at Chelsea.

Friday 21 June 2019 at Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, SW1P 4JU.


Shhh… Art Exhibition at the Bentall Centre

Group Exhibition at The Lab - a vaccent shop at the Bentall Centre used as a pop-up gallery by Kingston School of Art.

MicroActs 5

Debuting a new collaborative video performance with Joshua Evan and Liz Morison.

MicroActs is a program of short artist films, 6 minutes or less, exploring storytelling through moving image. From bold political expression to delicate personal memories to abstract experimental collages; MicroActs is a thought-provoking, diverse and exciting evening of film. Tickets available here.

Thursday 28th March 2019.


Tales, Mimicries & Mythologies

Group Exhibition at the Stanley Picker Gallery with Joshua Evan & Liberty Antonia Sadler

Mythologies of mass and digital broadcasting media. Tales emoting uncontrolled responses to political landscapes. Tragicomic mimicries of our topsy turvy times. Power in unity and solidarity 

Tales, mimicries and mythologies is an exhibition uniting three artists from diverse backgrounds with distinct voices, in their efforts to make sense of the UK’s dramatic departure from the EU. The starting point of this exhibition has been the way in which Katrin Plavčak reflects the current political affairs shaping the future of the UK, through her works in ‘Haus der Lose / House of Lots’.  

How do we process the emotional impact of such a gigantic shift? What is fact and what is fiction in the arena of the media broadcasting Brexit? How do we maintain order as life as we know it is coming apart at the seams?

Private View of the exhibition will take place on Wednesday the 13th of February 2019, from 5 to 8 pm.

More information can be found here.


Revealing the queer archives of a living practice

Solo exhibition at Wimbledon College of Arts Library, presented as one of LGBT+ History Month 2019 events.

Sideras arranges a series of sketchbooks and visual diaries detailing the development of their live art based work since 2014, alongside props and other objects used for their performances. 

Following a ‘looking backwards to look forward’ point of view, Sideras invites the audience to take an intimate look inside the universe they have crafted, as they express their thinking on paper using drawing, mark making and writing. 

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Pink Life Queer Fest, Istanbul

Video performance Purée Incompetánce has been selected for the 8th Pink Life QueerFest taking place in Istanbul.

Pink Life QueerFest organized by Pink Life Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Solidarity Association in Ankara, is the first queer festival in Turkey. Film enthusiasts have an opportunity to watch LGBT-themed films from different countries from all around the world. 

Film screenings taking place between Thursday the 24th to Sunday the 27th of January 2019.

Trashxploitation Festival, Paris

Video Performance Hypnôsee Bouffon has been selected for the Trashxploitation Festival in Paris.

Trashxploitation Festival is back to Paris in order to provoke and expose one more avalanche of self-produced, home-made free expression narratives, experimental artistic performances and to teleport you into timeless blisters of Golden Age!

Film screenings between Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st of October 2018.

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Video Art Film Club at Leyden Gallery

Video Performance Purée Incompetánce has been selected for and is going to be screened at the Video Art Film Club: a unique mini-film festival hosted by prestigious East London venue Leyden Gallery, aimed at shining a spotlight on the finest experimental film and moving image work from a host of international and home grown artists and filmmakers.

Event taking place on Saturday 15th September 2018