Audio/visual project made in collaboration with Irish artist Jack Scollard. 


As featured in The Queeratorial, curated by Aoife Banks for Pallas Projects Studios. 


"Jack Scollard and Jordan Hearns' film revisits sites previously highlighted by a series of installations in clandestine "cruising" spots across Dublin. Whilst the term "cruising" may exist within the lexicon of heterosexuality, it originated within queer culture. Historically, it was largely a practice that catered to men and was steeped in its own unique set of codes, language, behaviour and aesthetics."


Read more here: 

http://pallasprojects.org/index.php/project/the-queeratorialcurated-by-aoife-banks

In light of the project, Jack and I featured on Dublin Digital Radio's 'Queering the Airwaves' showcase. The shows coincided with the annual pride festivities in Dublin.  


Listen to our show here, discussing the project, cruising history, pride, and more:


https://www.mixcloud.com/DublinDigitalRadio/queering-the-airwaves-nocturnal-emissions-28619/

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