Exhibition: Keeva Lough

Keeva Lough (Art), an MFA candidate had her short film, The New Institute for Sexual Technologies presents The Future of Life, selected for the Las Vegas Queer Arts Film Festival.

The film will be available to stream online through the festival, Oct. 15-18. Lough is a media artist whose work explores gender, the body, and the social structures that shape them.

The synopsis of the film is: What form will life take in an uncertain future? To answer this question, we must look to the past. Lost for two decades after its completion in 1992, this short documentary by the infamous New Institute for Sexual Technologies examines the past, present, and future of human life.

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