What new understandings of self, life, death, and pleasure race through our era of pharmaceutical experimentation and ecological ruin? What futures, queer or otherwise, await us on the other side of this obliteration? Gender studies guru Jack Halberstam discusses gender, futurity, and how to avoid the new normal with Maggie Nelson, author of The Art of Cruelty.
Brian Weil, 1979–95: Being in the World
The Hammer, in collaboration with the Santa Monica Museum of Art and its presentation of Brian Weil, 1979–95: Being in the World, hosts a series of programs exploring the invisible communities that the extraordinary photographer sought to illuminate in his photographs.
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