Nov 21 2018

Nov 21 2018, 20:00-23:00

72 Salaminos str.
104 35 Athens

Fluffy invited a friend, Natasha Lall for a special evening of play and country music inside Antigoni’s Tsagkaropoulou Fluffy Library.
‘Rhinestone Cowboi’ is a party for drag cowboy looks. It’s a night to explore butch fantasies of Route 66 road trips, plaid shirts and dive bars.

It also aims to question the politics of a fantasy so white and American but popularised to the masses through western tv and media. Natasha Lall’s ‘Country Road Trilogy’, which explores such issues, will be projected in and into and through Fluffy’s fuzzy cavities.

Expect: 60s/70s Country western and Greek folk with DJs Fluffy and Lolita Burnt

Natasha Lall aka DJ Fluffie is a Glasgow based artist working predominantly with film, sound and text. Lall’s work explores shyness, dysphoria and childlike imagination. Using cheap materials, home-based backdrops and a camera phone Lall performs to explore their deepest fantasies without having to leave their comfort zone. With a focus on self-care and preservation, Lall’s practice aims to provide a sense of humour, informality and therapy. Recent works include the film trilogy “The 16mb, Future Sounds and a Mini City” shown at venues including The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and “Scores For Sissy Bois” performed at venues including Lux Moving Image, London.

#TextMe_FluffyLibrary is an unusual library-participatory installation by the artist Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou, curated by Vassilis Zidianakis.
Fluffy Library is a meeting point of alternative narratives and actions around identity, gender and co-existence. All the events that are happening inside Fluffy are part of the artwork and are organised and curated by Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou.

This event is a collaborative partnership between Antigoni Tsagkaropoulou and Holly Ingleton.



Hospitality Sponsors

Supporting Creativity

With the support of
Athens Culture Net
Founding donor Stavros Niarchos Foundation

As part of
Athens 2018 World Book Capital