THE FLY (1986 Film)
HORROR / ROMANCE / EXPERIMENTAL PERFORMANCE / LIVE ART
Queer Femme performance maker Kerith Manderson-Galvin presents a precarious work of transformation and decay. A self-conscious breach of a body and performance, The Fly (1986 Film) navigates lapsed boundaries and the everyday horror of being someone, and being no one.
Birthed from David Cronenberg’s classic sci-fi body-horror film, ‘The Fly’; a near empty cover of a 1957 edition of Playboy magazine; and a body undergoing revolution.
“Yeah, I build bodies. I take them apart, and put them back together again.” Seth Brundle, The Fly
On: Being Dead (Don Quixote):
Totally blurs the line between art and reality
-On The Town (SYD)
A glorious mess with a serious purpose
-Daily Review (PERTH)
Created and performed by Kerith Manderson-Galvin
Image by Cam Matheson
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