Genesis Breyer P-Orridge with Aaron Dilloway

“Bight of the Twin” film by Hazel Hill McCarthy III

Part of the Festival “CTM 2017 – Fear Anger Love”


approx. 150 min.

Transgressive counter-cultural icon Genesis Breyer P-Orridge appears for a concert and film screening celebrating her rich history as a radical in both music and identity/gender politics. P-Orridge will perform together with former Wolf Eyes member and adventurous solo noise artist Aaron Dilloway. Director Hazel Hill McCarthy III will also be present for the screening of “Bight of the Twin,” a film created together with Genesis that follows what became an emotional search for Lady Jaye Breyer, P-Orridge’s deceased life partner. During a journey to Benin to explore the origins of Vodoun (Voodoo), P-Orridge was “serendipitously initiated” into an ancient ritual known as the “twin fetish,” a practice that held the promise of reconnecting her with Breyer’s spirit.

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    Tue 31.1.2017, 19:00 / HAU1


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