Evan Ifekoya & Victoria Sin

Drawing from close personal encounters of looking and wanting, the work of Evan Ifekoya & Victoria Sin presents heavily constructed fantasy narratives on the often unsettling experience of the physical within the social body. Their long-term project Dream Babes explores science and speculative fiction as a productive strategy of queer resistance, imaging futurity that does not depend on existing historical and social infrastructure. It has included science fiction porn screenings and talks, a three-day programme of performance at Auto Italia South East, a publication, and a regular science fiction reading group for queer people of colour. Most recently, their performative sound work The Tectonic Bassline of Your Love Spread Her Like Peanut Butter was presented at the Fiorucci Art Trust festival and I Polpi in collaboration with Eddie Peake, later released by Vinyl Factory.