‘…as much as it depicts the overwhelming tragedy of the AIDS crisis and the culture of shame and repression in which it flourished, It’s a Sin also encapsulates the beautiful and unapologetic euphoria of queer youth.’
Him and Her, then and now: Sarah Solemani on her role in the comedy that refused to laugh at people on benefits
‘It’s the intimacy of life that is our universal language’
‘Acknowledgement changes the trajectory of your life, your career, and the culture of the world we live in.’
‘I think joke telling to a screen requires a completely different skill set, and I’m not sure that I have it’
‘The necropolitics of the State has reached its extreme when the only way to reclaim sovereignty over one’s body is by choosing one’s own death.’
The Feinberg collection is very comprehensive and exceptionally high quality; This made it possible for us to do things in the Painting Edo exhibition that may have not been possible otherwise.