Paul B. Preciado : Une nouvelle histoire de la sexualité


19 Oct 2020 17:30
→ 19 Oct 2020 18:30
Centre Pompidou
place Georges-Pompidou - Paris
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Paul B. Preciado: A New History of Sexuality

Public and performative seminar
📍 At the Center Pompidou
🗓 From October 15 to 19, 2020

🎟 Free, by reservation: https://bit.ly/billetterie-Paul-B-Preciado

➡ Find all the information and the complete program here: http://bit.ly/CP_PaulBPreciado

🔴📽 The sessions will be broadcast live with subtitles on the YouTube channel and on the Center Pompidou's Facebook page! Please note that the videos cannot be viewed after the live broadcast.

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Every year since 2017, the Center Pompidou has offered a guest intellectual the opportunity to develop a thought project. For the year 2020, the institution is pleased to welcome Paul B. Preciado: philosopher and curator, he is one of the most important contemporary thinkers in the studies of gender, sexual politics and the body.

On this occasion, Paul B. Preciado offers a public and performative seminar around a new history of sexuality, more than forty years after the fundamental work of Michel Foucault. Started last March and interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, the seminar returns in compact form from October 15 to 19, and is transformed into a “revolutionary cluster”.

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Discover the program of this exceptional seminar! 👇

📅 Thursday, October 15
Viruses and Revolution: Subordinate Stories of Sexuality and the Paradigm Shift
Lecture by Paul B. Preciado
Performance by Pol Pi, "Me Too Galatée"


📅 Friday October 16
Screening of “FLUIDØ” by Shu Lea Cheang (Germany, 2017, 80 min, VOSTFR)
Revolutionary arrangements 1: How to build a revolutionary body?
Introduction by Paul B. Preciado - Intervention by Elisabeth Lebovici - Intervention by Daisy Letourneur - Intervention by Rokhaya Diallo - Video by María Galindo - Reading by Virginie Despentes - A dance to start the revolution by Volmir Cordeiro, "Embrassons-nous"


📅Saturday October 17
Screening of "IKU" by Shu Lea Cheang (Japan, 2000, 72 min, VOSTFR)
Revolutionary arrangements 2: Radical intersectionality: Feminism, anti-racism, new workers' struggles, queer politics
Performance by Shu Lea Cheang - “Rape by Deception: Case Studies” (with Smith and Shu Lea Cheang), followed by a conversation between Paul B. Preciado and Shu Lea Cheang - Interventions by Elsa Dorlin, by Françoise Vergès, followed by 'a three-way conversation with Paul B. Preciado - A dance to continue the revolution of Volmir Cordeiro, "Let's embrace"


📅 Sunday October 18
Screening of "Fresh Kill" by Shu Lea Cheang (United States, 1994, 80 min, VOSTFR)
Revolutionary arrangements 3: Rebellion in representation
Performance by Kengné Téguia, "The Revolution will be DEAFinitely loud", Music by Mélissa Laveaux
Performance by Nadège Beausson-Diagne
"The new anti-racist transfeminist wave": round table with Naelle Dariya, Nadège Beausson-Diagne, Adèle Haenel and Paul B. Preciado
Music by Yseult


📅 Monday October 19
Paul B. Preciado signing session at the Flammarion Bookstore
Screening of “Bajo mi piel morena” by José Celestino Campusano (Argentina, 2020, 93 min, VOSTFR)
Screening followed by a virtual meeting with the filmmaker and a dialogue with Paul B. Preciado