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INVERSE

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PHI Centre Espace Rhino + Espace Plateau
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A3

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday: 
10 am to 8 pm 

Tuesday:
9 am to 5 pm

Thursday, Friday and Saturday:
10 am to 10 pm

Duration of the visit: 1 hour

INVERSE is a free exhibition and walk-ins without reservations are encouraged.

An experimental documentary in three parts, by Nicolas Jenkins, that aims to question the prevailing assimilation of 2SLGBTQIA+ identities.

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INVERSE/THE FUTURE IS OFTEN A STEP BEHIND is an experimental documentary exhibit in three tableaus by Nicolas Jenkins, which aims to question the prevailing assimilation of 2SLGBTQIA+ identities. The documentary presents a multigenerational portrait of queer communities through the daily lives of participants in New York City.

The exhibit highlights fluidity and change, both in terms of gender and sexuality and our understanding of them. This work by Nicolas Jenkins is also a reminder that we have not moved beyond racism, sexism, misogyny, transphobia, homophobia, and the stigma of HIV and AIDS.

THE FUTURE IS OFTEN A STEP BEHIND

FEATURED PARTI- CIPANTS


AARON ELIZ MADISON
ALEX BERG
ALOK VAID-MENON
BOBBY QUIDONE
CARLOS AGUILAR
CHEALSEA MARIE XTRAVAGANZA
CRYSTAL ROSETE
DANIEL WANG
DANNY HU-YANG
DEVYN EMORY
GISELE XTRAVAGANZA
GRAY FARO
HENNY GARFUNKEL
JACK WATERS
KIA LABEIJA
KIM WATSON
KIPP SLINGER
LEE SOULJA-SIMMONS
LIZ COLLINS
LOLA FLASH
MICHAEL WAKEFIELD
MICHELE HILL
NO BRA
OSCAR NUNEZ
NOAH MICHELSON
PETER CRAMER
PHILIP MAGNUSON
RAIDEN LIAM RED
RED ROBINSON
RILEY HOOKER
SHAKTII MANN
STANLEY LOVE
SUR RODNEY (SUR)
TAPHARI
TED KERR
VIVA RUIZ
WINTER COLLINS
XENO
YAN SZE LI

…AND MEMBERS OF THE BALLROOM COMMUNITY

Soundtrack by Tim Cramer et Daniel Wang.
Sound mix by Tim Cramer.

  • IN CO-PRESENTATION WITH

  • WITH SUPPORT FROM

  • DISCOVERY
    PARTNER

  • MEDIA PARTNER



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