July 19, 2015
Kate Rhoades + Eli Thorne:
Getting Dirty With Cullwick and Munby
Real Time and Space, Oakland
Hannah Cullwick and Arthur Munby had a wacky 19th century S&M affair. Get a little taste of their fascinating, though sometimes problematic relationship through S&M-inspired exercises and a lively discussion. Bring a partner you trust and wear clothes and shoes (preferably leather boots) that can get dirty. Queer and trans folks warmly welcomed.
Recommended reading: Imperial Leather: Race, Cross-Dressing, and the Cult of Domesticity by Anne McClintock
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
KATE RHOADES is an Oakland-based multimedia artist. She received her BFA from the Columbus College of Art and Design, and her MFA from Mills College. Rhoades has been a guest lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley and has taught art students of all ages. Her work has been exhibited in art venues, alleys, and hotel rooms across the United States and Canada.
ELI THORNE is a transgender Oakland based hybrid artist born in Harrogate, England, and raised in Santa Cruz, California. He received his BFA from UC Berkeley, and his MFA from Mills College. His work has shown in a variety of spaces in the Bay Area, the greater US, and Canada.