Repeated Apparations – Collective Reading Session

Date: 09.12.2021

Venue: The Horse Hospital, London

Selected Texts:

Race and Performance after Repetition Editor(s): Soyica Diggs Colbert, Douglas A. Jones, Shane Vogel Duke University Press – Introduction: Tidying Up after Repetition

A short text by Fran Lock on her recently published book Hyena! Jackal! Dog!

Thank you for joining us for the third offering of the Repeated Apparatins programme curated by the Carefuffle Collective that took place at the Horse Hospital.

We were extremely excited for Fran Lock’s contribution to our collective reading session moderated by the Collective Cukurcuma and accompanied by the film screening: Marlon Riggs ‘Tongues Untied’, introduced by David Ellington.

Like Carefuffle Collective’s programme, Repeated Apparitions, the reading was aimed to explore how repetition can become a practice of resistance, reparation and renewal, looking closely at Fran’s book Hyena! Jackal! Dog! and hyena as a representation of queer mourning.

In this link, please find the readings we mentioned in the collective reading session:

Race and Performance after Repetition Editor(s): Soyica Diggs Colbert, Douglas A. Jones, Shane Vogel Duke University Press – Introduction: Tidying Up after Repetition

A short text by Fran Lock on her recently published book Hyena! Jackal! Dog!

The sound recordings of three poems accompanied the reading session by Fran Lock from Hyena! Jackal! Dog! and the printed versions of these texts were available at the venue.

*Hyena! Jackal! Dog! will be available to purchase at pamenarpress.com

**And, if for any reason, you are unable to access the readings or have any questions regarding the session, please email collectivecukurcuma@gmail.com

[All programme CC and BSL interpreted]

More information on the Repeated Apparations programme curated by the Carefuffle Collective can be found here.

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