DEEP TRASH ITALIA 

2. May - 3. May 14 / ended Bethnal Green Working Men's Club

£6 adv / £8 door

8pm-2am

Event | Multi-disciplinary | London


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For one night only you are invited to experience the tastes of Italy. A line-up of performances and non-stop acts will be showcased at this unique event paying homage to the best and the worst of Italian culture, from mainstream to underground. Experience Italian extravagance, spaghetti decadence, a Venetian-inspired fashion Carnival, Donatella Botox realness, Pasolinian homages, prescription pill Mona Lisa smiles, Very Dolce Vita, saintly fetishism (rosary jobs included), flying pizzas and much more. Mammas allowed.

A selection of videos, art and live performances from the Archivio Queer Italia project will be on show at the lower floor of the venue. The main room (upper floor) will host SUGO party and DJ Severino, pumping the beats of international hits and Italian ‘camp classics’, from Disco to the present – imagine Lady Gaga and Madonna meeting Raffaella Carrà, Donatella Rettore and Renato Zero... and much (A)more!

Main room:
SUGO
DJ Severino

Performance:
AMAE
exvUoto
Sara Lucas Agutoli
Giulio Mariotti
Claudia Palazzo
Anna Vauhkonen + Sisters

Video:
Luigi Console & Domenico Barra
Maria Teresa Gavazzi
Daša Grgič & Luca Quaia
Salvatore Insana
Angelo Pretolani
Vanessa Santullo

Sound art:
Fabián Avila Elizalde Neural Xólotl

Artworks:
Alberto Barazzutti
Lorenzo Belenguer
Louisa Griffiths
Claire Johns
Adriana Lacko
Albert Negredo
Valentina Nieli aka Malta Bastarda di Padova
Tea Popovic
Natasha Sabatini
Logan Sibrel


All profits from this event will be used to fund Teoremi - the first Italian festival against discrimination of sexual orientation and gender identity, organised by Archivio Queer Italia. The festival will take place on 12-14 June at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Genova (Villa Croce), Italy.

http://cuntemporary.org/2014/04/14/deep-trash-italia/


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