Queer Frontiers presents Steve Reinke

Pleasure Dome is pleased to co-present with LOMAA to welcome Steve Reinke for their Queer Frontiers series! Reinke will be presenting an online screening of The Genital is Superfluous: Final Thoughts, Series Four and will be presenting new work, Father, Limping Through a Field of Clover, in his virtual artist talk! Sunday Nov. 7 – 14, 2021.

Part of Fall 2021

Steve Reinke is an artist and writer who was born in the Ottawa Valley (Eganville) in 1963 and educated at York U and NSCAD. A queer Nietzschean, Reinke is best known for monologue-based video essays. He lives in Chicago and teaches at Northwestern. His work is represented by Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin.  myrectumisnotagrave.com

LOMAA’s Queer Frontiers critically reflects on Canada’s 50th-anniversary celebration of the purported “decriminalization” of homosexuality in the country. Serving as a counter to the state revelries, LOMAA will host 8 artists, artist duos, or curators who have established practices post-legislation and remain on the frontiers of Canadian queer media. This project centres queer narratives and praxis as a means to interrogate historical representation and continue fortifying queer futures within this country.

For more background information please visit: https://anti-69.ca/

Sunday, Nov. 7 – 14, 2021

The Genital is Superfluous: Final Thoughts, Series Four | Online Screening

The Natural Look, 36 min., 2014

A Boy Needs a Friend, 22 min., 2015

Welcome to David Wojnarowicz Week, 14 min., 2016

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Accessibility Note: Closed Captioning Available


Sunday Nov. 14, 2021 at 3:00pm EST

Virtual Artist Talk with Steve Reinke

Pre-registration required and Zoom link provided through Eventbrite confirmation


Accessibility Note: ASL Interpretation and Zoom Captions available. Please send a message to cnegus@lomaa.ca with questions on accessibility or viewing.

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) is a regional, emerging non-profit, artist-run organization focused on the exhibition of alternative and experimental time-based and media art. With an emphasis on progressive contemporary Canadian practices, LOMAA supports the presentation of local, national, and international artists in the areas of moving images, performance, new media, and sound art. LOMAA would like to thank Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and London Arts Council. www.lomaa.ca