“Let Them Eat Fake” Exhibit of Trans & Gender Non-Conforming Artists (SF)
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Liminal Space SF | 16 Sherman St, San Francisco
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Let Them Eat Fake is an interdisciplinary group exhibition produced and curated by Grocery Collective in collaboration with Liminal Space. Let Them Eat Fake concretizes the social and economic parallels between the billionaire class and colonist monarchy via satire, subversion, and the queering of royalty. Let Them Eat Cake follows in the tradition of the jester, speaking truth to power through comedy and play and celebrates the queer history of simultaneously reproducing and blaspheming monarchy and monarchs.
These selected works speak truths about who is ruling our world today and read them to filth. Place those who are systemically barred from monarchy in the trappings of royalty. The Emperor with no clothes is humiliated, we parade through the streets, naked except for our crowns and we are proud.
Let Them Eat Fake centers the work of Trans and Gender Non-conforming artists and features work by
Chihiro Suzuki Hashimoto
Join us for the show opening on December 3rd from 6pm-10pm, at Liminal Space Sf.
Dec 3rd, 2022
Liminal Space SF
16 Sherman St. SF CA
$10-20 Sliding Scale at the door
No one turned away for lack of funds
Cost: Pay What You Can*