There are vulvas around you, if you choose to see them (Film)
|| Ann Antidote Lun Ário
A queer art collective – the strange life of the savages - has been installing rope sculptures (vulvas) in urban environments, as a way to confront people with representations of feminity, body, and sexuality. The places are chosen out of aesthetic reasons or because of a specially high patriarcal/sexist content. In this film we depict some of the installed vulvas as well as the process; the voice over (by Sadie Lune et al.) explains the troubles and tribulations of people with vulvas, makes the bridge between the urban installation and current queer topics, and the need and meaning of solidarity networks (and defending the safe-space we have been creating).