animals, women, queer and colored people are all regarded as “the other” compared to the patriarchal subjectivity.Should we not try to accommodate for the sexuality of our pets (who we claim to love) instead of changing their sexual behaviour by neutering them?If you own a dog and are interested in being part of the performance, please email [email protected] with your name, gender, age, contact information, and the same for your dog, including theirname, gender, age and a photo!This event is set in the year 2046, when pets are no longer neutered, and you will be performing!Check out what Dazed online are saying about the event!Booking instructions: Please only book a ticket if you wish to watch the event unfold.Trying to solve this problem, Kuang-Yi will try to construct a fictional scenario to explore the how pets’ sexual desire will fit into the future society, and speculate on the new relationship between human beings and pets - resulting in a pet dating app, speed dating and love hotels.
Mostly, sex is for reproduction, but for humans it also involves pleasure and love.If you wish to be part of the performance and see if you can find love for your pet, email [email protected] to apply - limited places available! Do pets like cats and dogs also have sex for sexual pleasure, and if so, would humans care for their pets differently?” Questioning how humans regard animals as different to ‘us’, Kuang-Yi draws parallels to feminism, queer theory and postcolonialism - i.e.
Wednesday 24 August / 6pm / The Box / FREE, booking required (or application required if you'd like to join in the performance) FACTLab Resident Artist Kuang-Yi Ku will be hosting a very special, one-of-a-kind performative event, and we're looking for pets and their owners to get involved!
If you are a dog owner, and you've always wondered how to find your pet the perfect partner, look no further.