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Victoria Sin - Serpentine podcast & sound installation

Sound installation - And at the pinnacle, the foot of a mountain, 2019 at Site Gallery

A science-fiction following humans subsumed by fantasy reproductive processes in a world ruled by gigantic parasitic plants.

The episode on Queer Currents

Includes beautiful sound work with Victoria Sin - echos what I am trying to create

Podcast text...

How do queer theory and artistic practice inform environmental activism and climate justice? How can we think decolonisation and queerness together? Victoria Sin welcomes guest host Serpentine Assistant Curator, Kostas Stasinopoulos to dive into transformation, queerness, the natural and unnatural, wild, decolonial and submerged perspectives. Together with guests Ama Josephine Budge, Macarena Gómez-Barris and Jack Halberstam, they ask: “where does wildness live?” and they collectively explore questions of desire, pleasure, queer resistance and affinity within apocalyptic world-making.

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