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BALTIC is Curious 2022

Sat 2 July 2022, 19.00

Saturday 2 July 2022, 19.00

Booking essential: Tickets £8-£12, Early bird £8 (ends 24th June)

14+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)

In partnership with Curious Arts, BALTIC is hosting an evening exploring gender and non-binary narratives through film and performance.

Join us and discover a programme of queer short films curated by a panel of QPOC creatives, as well as the durational performance Mapping Gender by Anders Duckworth.

BALTIC is Curious runs as part of Curious Festival 2022 - an annual celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual + culture through the arts.

Queer Shorts

Experience a thought-provoking programme of short films by women/non-binary people of colour, exploring LGBTQIA+ life and experiences, curated by a panel of QPOC creatives.

Films will be looped throughout the event.

Anders Duckworth: Mapping Gender


Anders Duckworth will present Mapping Gender - an exhibition of performance, image, sound and research. It’s an invitation to see the parallels between cartography and clothing, to explore how society controls, shapes and demarcates both landscapes and human bodies – all told through the lens of non-binary experiences.

Durational performance - pop in and out of the space to experience the different elements of Mapping Gender.

Curious Arts will be running a pop-up bar throughout the event.

Anders Duckworth is a Swedish / British non-binary choreographer, performer and visual artist based in London. They graduated from London Contemporary Dance School in 2014, and have since been making work that is cross-disciplinary and aims to blur the boundaries between dance and other art forms, often collaborating with artists and technicians from different fields ranging from designers and composers to analogue film specialists and computer coders. Their most recent piece is Well Lit, a collaboration with Daniel Persson, exploring gender and cultural identity and their newest work, Mapping Gender is concerned with gender and landscape and is a collaboration with sound artist Dr Kat Austen. As a performer, Anders works with Maresa von Stockert, Lea Anderson, Protein Dance and Requardt & Rosenberg among others. In 2019 Anders completed their MA at LCDS with a dissertation entitled Gendered Spaces: a perpetuation of inequality.


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