Assume Nothing is a book, a photo exhibition by gay visual artist Rebecca Swan, New Zealand, and a film featuring a series of video portraits of Rebecca’s sitters by filmmaker Kristy McDonald.
Assume Nothing, the film
is a joyous celebration and exploration of the lives of five gender variant New Zealanders of Maori, Samoan-Japanese and Pakeha-European decent, through a collage of Super8, fun animations, family photos, body parts and gender theory.
If you are in Glasgow for the Glasgay! festival, Scotland’s annual celebration of queer culture, you can see the film
Assume Nothing, October 19 2010, 19:45 at
350 Sauchiehall street
G2 3JD, UK