The last known pose of Xavier Leroy Frasier

The last known pose of Xavier Leroy Frasier

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Misplaced Memoirs was published in Performing Ethos: An International Journal of Ethics in Theatre and Performance, Intellect Ltd, 2012. (Volume 2 Issue 2 'Queer Publics, Public Queers' guest editor Fintan Walsh).

http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Article,id=13698/

The last known pose of Xavier Leroy Frasier (2012) was featured in the exhibition 'Exclusively Inclusive!' curated by Vishal Tondon at Anveshi Research Centre for Womens Studies in Hydrabad, India, 2012. The exhibition and catalogue features two letters from Misplaced Memoirs along with the series of self portraits entitled I Think I Died Last Night (2010) and The last known pose of Xavier Leroy Frasier (2012)

http://www.anveshi.org/images/Reports/exclusively%20inclusive.pdf

An entire show experienced at the Contact in February 2012 has been reworked and condensed into a few static moments, declarations and an unexpected intervention. Qasim Riza Shaheen's Misplaced Memoirs features Zaf Shabir. Limited one-on-one encounters, 12-5pm on Saturday 13th October at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester as part of Word of Warning: Emergency 2012

http://www.wordofwarning.org/archive/2012-emergency/shaheen/index.html

Reading of Misplaced Memoirs at Polari, Southbank Centre, London, 2013

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/polari-70586

Misplaced Memoirs, SPILL Festival of Performance, London, 2013

http://www.spillfestival.com/performance/about-an-hour-ago-misplaced-memoirs/

 

 

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