The Many Headed Hydra #02: When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale)

Image Credit: Virgilijus Sonta, Black Hill, 1985

Exhibition, Evocations, Radio Magazine

With contributions by Anti*Preuss, Bryndis Björnsdottír, Cooltūristės, Ieva Epnere, Daniel Falb, Sonja Gerdes, Ulrike Gerhardt, Golden Diskó Ship, Caspar Heinemann, Almagul Menlibayeva, Sondra Perry, Ashkan Sepahvand, Virgilijus Šonta, Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor, The Many Headed Hydra, Elsa Westreicher.

Curated by Emma Haugh and Suza Husse.

The Many Headed Hydra is a queer shape-shifting collective interested in post-imperial narratives, eco-feminist practices and fluid geographies that emerge from bodies of water. When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale) engages the sea as a mirror to fabulate the connections between the desert landscapes of South and North along and beyond the ecological aftershocks of a colonial modernity.

PROGRAMME
Opening and magazine launch 19 October
6 pm : Exhibition Opening
7 pm : Pumicestone Reading by Caspar Heineman
8 pm : After The Aral Sea: Diasporic Dreamscapes in the work of Almagul Menlibayeva Conversation with Ulrike Gerhardt and Almagul Menlibayeva
9 pm : When The Sea Looks Back. A Serpent’s Tale – Live Radio Show Concert Performance by Golden Diskó Ship and Launch of The Many Headed Hydra Magazine #02

Thu, 19 Oct, 18.00h
20 Oct 201716 Dec 2017

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