Please join MayDay Rooms and Book Works for a screening of Katerina Gogou: Reinstating the Dark Side, a documentary film portrait of Greek poet, actor and militant anarchist Katerina Gogou. The screening will be introduced by Athens based director Antonis Boskoitis, invited by artist Erica Scourti, guest editor of The Happy Hypocrite — Silver Bandage, issue 11, containing an archive of film poster reproductions representing Katerina Gogou’s roles in Greek cinema. Copies of the journal will be available.
Katerina Gogou: Reinstating the Dark Side (Dir. Antonis Boskoitis, 2012, 67min)
A documentary remembering Katerina Gogou, from the perspective of people whose lives she touched.
The Happy Hypocrite – Silver Bandage (Book Works, 2019), gathers together new kinds of writing about ‘vibes’, those often unspoken energies of desire and aversion that move between people, palpable but traceless, and hard to prove. Edited by Erica Scourti, with an introduction by artist and writer Maria Fusco and contributions by CAConrad, Mel Y. Chen, Adam Gallagher, Alexandrina Hemsley, Rebecca Jagoe, Jessa Mockridge, Natasha Papadopoulou, Naomi Pearce, Parsa Sanjana Sajid, Patrick Staff, Daniella Valz Gen and Hypatia Vourloumis (https://www.bookworks.org.uk/node/1989)
Erica Scourti is an artist and writer, born in Athens and now based mostly in London, whose work explores biographical writing, bodily inscription and the performance of subjectivity. Her writing has been published in Spells, Ignota (2018) and Fiction as Method, Sternberg (2017), among others.
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