Brutal Measures: Cinema of Transgression, Sat 19 March, 2016. The Glue Factory

brutal measures

brutal measures

 The Glue Factory
 22 Farnell St, Glasgow G4 9SE
Saturday 19 March, 2016.

Rare 16mm projections, followed by a live concert with Lydia Lunch, and a DJ set from Glasgow’s own JG Wilkes.

Christened the Cinema of Transgression by leading proponent Nick Zedd, the second wave of post-punk underground filmmaking to emerge from NYC in the 1980s set out to smash all barriers of taste or morality. Following an expanded cinema screening of rare 16mm projections by Zedd, Richard Kern, Tessa Hughes-Freeland and others, we are thrilled to present, live in concert, Lydia Lunch, muse of the Cinema of Transgression, combining her dynamic spoken word histrionics with the improvisational virtuosity of Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist WeaselWalter, and DJ set by Glasgow’s own JG Wilkes.

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