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Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger

Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015  7:30pm–9pm iCal

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Bornstein

A self-described trans-dyke, reluctant-polyamorist, sadomasochist, and recovering Scientologist, Kate Bornstein has been instrumental in raising transgender visibility with her bestselling books, lectures, and performances. She is a role model for a generation of people that is learning how to redefine its gender and sexuality, and survive in a world that frequently greets ambiguity with hostility. Kate Bornstein joins director Sam Feder to discuss this meditative and playful documentary portrait. (2014, Dir. S. Feder, 72 min.)

This event takes place at the Hammer Museum. The Hammer, in collaboration with SMMoA’s presentation of Brian Weil, 1979–95: Being in the World, hosts a series of programs exploring the invisible communities that the extraordinary photographer sought to illuminate in his photographs. Visit hammer.ucla.edu/brian-weil/ for program details.