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INFERNO Rave
Institute of Contemporary Arts
November 2022
Courtesy of INFERNO. Photography by Roxy Lee


INFERNO is a techno rave and performance art platform prioritising queer and trans DJs and performers. Founded by artist and DJ Lewis G. Burton in 2015, INFERNO takes over the ICA’s Theatre, Bar and Cinema for a late-night rave accompanied by performances and screenings. 

INFERNO presents a programme of heavy techno edits, queer porn curated by Otherness Archives and a live performance by Sweatmother.

Also: Join the conversations at INFERNO Summit on Friday 9 December

Line up:

Jasmine Infiniti
Yha Yha
Lewis G. Burton
NEUROM4NCER

Part of the ICA 75th Anniversary Season.
Lewis G. Burton is a London-based DJ, performance artist, curator and activist. They co-founded queer-techno-rave-cum-performance-art-platform INFERNO. They are one of the lead organisers of London Trans+ Pride.

Otherness Archive is a visual archive documenting queer films and its pioneers, as well as operating as a space for contemporary filmmakers.

Sweatmother is an artist and filmmaker based in London. They used experimental techniques and hybrid documentary filmmaking in collaboration with non-professional actors to create counter-narratives from within their own communities and subcultures.

Jasmine Infiniti is a non-binary trans person of colour artist and DJ who was born and raised in the Bronx and now resides in the Bay, they are an integral part of the New York vogue house, House of Infiniti. She is the co-founder of label New World Dysorder.

Yha Yha is New World Dysorder collective co-founder, DJ, and promoter, ex Long Beach resident, now based in Berlin. Yha Yha serves us a dance floor set, mixing in house and techno with a global bass flair, 2000s goodies, and sunny beats for days.
Security, welfare & harm reduction by Safe Only
 
Book tickets
10:00 pm
Fri, 09 Dec 2022
All Building

Early bird: £12.50 (sold out)
Full: £15 + bf

Tickets sold via DICE (opens in new window)

10pm – 6am

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