It is freeing to have an exhibition admit that maybe we don’t know the full story behind why objects were made, but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate the impact it had along the way.
Conservatism is based on a magic trick. When we see how the magic works, it dulls it down from a spectacle to a series of steps which are enacted to make us believe the world is a certain way.
Shortlisted entry in the Fiction section of the Honi Soit Writing Competition 2023.
I call all of my joy “queer” joy, because being queer is what pushed me towards seeking joy.
Playwright and director Lu Bradshaw joins Honi to discuss their upcoming show Comfort, Spin, Travel.
Powerful and exposing, Comfort, Spin, Travel insightfully explores the burdens we place on trans people.
To be fit, I had to be masculine. To find myself, I had to run from masculinity.
An intergenerational spectacle, French Letters is helmed by a formidable cast and a thought-provoking script.
Actor Dennis Clements joins Honi to discuss his queer sex-positive show French Letters and Leather Cleaner.
I’m too much of a wuss to watch horror movies, and that’s okay.