Our film ‘In The Dark, Dark Room’ will screen in Paris next week for the Transgressive Cultures Conference.
We will be travelling to Paris for the screening of our 2017 film ‘In the dark, dark room‘ as part of a panel on transgressive literature and performance. Siouxzi will also be presenting her book ‘Little Houses, Big Forests (desire is no light thing)’ in France for the first time. She will perform an extract from the book and will be open for questions afterwards. The venue is the University of Chicago, Paris. Thank you to Jack Sergeant for bringing to life such an event.
Details on the panel:
November 9, 2017
Panel 3: Literatures, Anti-Literatures, Poetics and Performance (3:45 pm – 5:30 pm)
3:45 pm The Crime of Being Born – Or is Psychoanalysis Still Dangerous? (Tom Bland, MA student University of East London, UK)
4:15 pm NO(W)-BODY (Dejan Gacond, Kit Brown, and Tenko)
4:45 pm Reading: Our Little Wooden House in the Forest (Siouxzi Connor, Independent scholar/ writer / filmmaker)
5:15 pm Screening of In the Dark, Dark Room (Klaudia Domurat and Siouxzi Connor, 12mins)
Additionally, Klaudia and Siouxzi will be presenting their film and the book at the stunning Hotel Amour in Pigalle, Paris, at an intimate Salon event with the hotel. The venue has long supported transgressive, feminist artists and fashion designers and Uferlos are very happy to be showing their work in such an environment. Big thanks to the hotel owners for their support!
(Image above: https://www.instagram.com/amourhotels/)