Scottish Queer International Film Festival
Tue 26 September — Thu 28 September 2023
PHREAKING GENDER expands the themes of Nicole O'Reilly's titular documentary into an installation art show. O'Reilly teams up with Luke 'Luca' Cockayne to create a space for all to explore their relationship to gender and the ways that art can support and enhance The Transgender Experience™. In the face of oppressive paternalistic medical systems that deny trans people bodily autonomy, and at a time when our very existence is threatened, PHREAKING GENDER provides a techno-anarchist manifesto, showing that self-augmentation and the creation of radical queer communities is not just a necessity for wellbeing, but as an act of empowerment and rebellion in itself.
Work by Nicole O’Reilly & Luke 'Luca' Cockayne.
- Discussion of gender dysphoria, suicide, familial abuse;
- Depiction of nudity, needles, kinky activities, sexual content, drug use, transphobia, body fluids.
- Strobbing light.
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Films are in English audio and screen with English language captions for access.
All SQIFF events will have BSL-English interpretation.
All SQIFF events will have live captioning.
Induction loops are available in all event spaces.
The lights will be slightly up during all screenings and people are welcome to come and go during events as they need to.
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3:00pm — 9:00pm
Free and unticketed
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Tue 26 September
Wed 27 September
Thu 28 September
Artists: Nicole O’Reilly & Luke 'Luca' Cockayne, United Kingdom, N/C 18+, English Audio