Don’t Ask Me: A Screening and Conversation between Silk Worm and hannah baer
Wednesday, June 22, 2022 | 7:30pm doors / 8pm event
Location:/ (slash) (1150 25th st, Building B, San Francisco 94107)
This is a free event | Click here for recording of event
Mask required for entry
On the occasion of Don’t Ask Me, an exhibition of video work by Bay Area-based artist Silk Worm in /room/, we invite you to a special screening of her videos Lifetime Achievement and Humble Haughty Child at /(slash) on the evening of Wednesday, June 22nd at 8pm (7:30pm doors). The screening will be accompanied by a reading by New York-based writer and therapist hannah baer, author of trans girl suicide museum, and followed by a conversation between hannah baer and Silk Worm.
Wine will be provided by Bar Part Time!
Silk Worm’s research-based and interdisciplinary work commingles with the worlds of drag, theater, and dance. Silk has presented her work at Berkeley Art Museum, the Cantor Center for the Arts, 2727 California Street, Fierce! Festival, and the Pittsburgh Performance Art Festival. Before COVID-19, she performed regularly in drag at Bay Area queer bars like the Stud and Aunt Charlie’s Lounge. Silk is known as a very good sport.
hannah baer is a writer and therapist living in New York. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, Artforum, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. She is the author of the memoir trans girl suicide museum.
Image of Silk Worm by Robbie Sweeny, image of hannah baer courtesy of the artist. Poster design by Tuğçe Evirgen Özmen.