Gen's upcoming events and Misc.upcoming projects...

GENS MISC. UPCOMING PROJECTS: Heartworm Press are publishing “Collected Lyrics and Poems of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – Volume One 1961 to 1971. Later they will publish Gen's first novel, written in 1969, “Mrs. Askwith”. Other books will follow.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

US FILM RELEASE The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye-ADOPT FILMS

Marie Losier-US FILM RELEASE The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye-ADOPT FILMS



THE BALLAD March 8th, 2011

Made over the course of seven years, this brilliantly realized portrait explores legendary musician and artist Genesis P-Orridge of Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV and h/er romance with Lady Jaye, an artist and dominatrix. This often touching film focuses on their Pandrogyne project, where they sought to become two parts of the same person through body modification surgery. Filmed in 16mm and experimental in its technique, Losier’s film is a marvelously crafted work of art. Winner of the Berlin Film Festival Teddy and Caligary Award for Best Documentary. (BAM note)

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US Release / Dates and Theaters
-Landmark Embarcadero/San Francisco, CA-March 9/15
-Landmark Shattuck/Berkeley, CA-March 9 to 15
-Camera 3/San Jose, CA-March 9 to15
-Landmark Kendall Sq./Cambridge, MA-March 23 to 29
-Landmark "E" Street Cinemas/Washington, DC-March 23 to 29
-Landmark Ritz at the Bourse/Philadelphia, PA-March 23 to 29
-Crest/Sacramento, CA-March 30 to April 5
-Walker Art Center/Minneapolis, MN-April 4
-Landmark Lagoon/Minneapolis, MN-April 6 to12
-Cedar Lee/Cleveland, OH-April 6 to12
-Regal Arbor/Austin, TX-April 6 to12
-Regal Tara/Atlanta, GA-April 6 to12
-Cable Car/Providence, RI-April 6 to12
-Landmark Nuart/W. Los Angeles, CA-April 13 to 19
-Camelview Cinemas/Scottsdale, AZ- April 20 to 26
-Wexner Center for the Arts/Columbus, OH- April 20 to 26
-Denver Film Center at Colfax/Denver, CO- April 27 to May 3rd
-Angelika Film Center/Dallas, TX-May 4 to 10
-Kahala/Honolulu, HI-May 4 to 10
-Tivoli/Kansas City, MO-May 4 to 10
-Detroit Film Theatre/Detroit, MI-May 25

Marie Losier - The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye-USA RELEASE March 8th-NYC-ADOPT FILMS

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Genesis T-shirt auction WFMU

WFMU, One of our favorite radio stations will be starting their annual fun drive next week. For those of you who are unaware, WFMU is a free form, listener sponsored radio station which has been very supportive of GBP-O related projects over the years. On Brian Turner's stellar and intriguing show from 3-6pm on Tuesday, February 28th, the grand prize will be Genesis' very own tank top bearing the message "Stop Looking At My Tits". Often worn and often photographed, anyone who pledges $100 or more will be in the running to win this item IF they make specific mention that they want it. The hotline is 201 209 9368. For more info about the station and the fund drive, visit:

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

BREYER P-ORRIDGE "I'm Mortality" exhibit Feb 17-March 25 2012


I'm Mortality exhibit

@Invisible exports Brooklyn, New York

February 17 - March 25, 2012


Friday, February 17, 6-8pm

INVISIBLE-EXPORTS is pleased to present I’m Mortality, the second solo exhibition at the gallery of new works by BREYER P-ORRIDGE.

Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE is one of the most rigorous and relentless agents of the postwar Anglo-American vanguard, interrogating the meaning and substance of identity in a peerless half-century program of willful reincarnation and shape-shifting. Embracing the body as not simply the vessel but the site of the avant-garde impulse, BREYER P-ORRIDGE has reinvented and reintroduced herself again and again—as Fluxus pioneer, groundbreaking performance artist, inventor of industrial music, "wrecker of civilization," and, most recently, as pandrogyne, in a romantic project of identity and gender merging with her now-late wife, Lady Jaye. In her new body of work, conceived to be a kind of “inter-dimensional” collaboration between the material and the immaterial world, BREYER P-ORRIDGE probes the limits of each of those enterprises, drawing on the consonant and indigenous traditions of shape-shifting and reincarnation encountered during recent trips to Nepal: a practice born at an intersection of Mortality and Immortality as experienced as biology and as consciousness.

Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE (born in Manchester, England in 1950) was a member of the Kinetic action group Exploding Galaxy/Transmedia Exploration from 1969-1970. S/he conceived of and founded the seminal British performance art group Coum Transmissions in 1969. Her work has been exhibited at The Tate Britain, the ICA London, The Serpentine Gallery, London, the ICA Philadelphia, the Musee D’Art Moderne, Paris among many others. Her complete archives are part of the Tate’s permanent collection. Lady Jaye BREYER P-ORRIDGE (born in Brooklyn, New York in 1969) was a practicing nurse, dominatrix and vital member of the East Village performance scene of pre-millennial New York.

"We view Breyer P-Orridge as a separate person who is both of us, Neither of us take credit for the work, the work is a melding of both of our ideas which we would not have had singly. Both of us are in all of our art. That third being, Breyer P-Orridge, is always present." —LADY JAYE, 2003

Saturday, February 11, 2012

"Thank you" Redux PTV

From Edely of PTV on the fothcoming "THANK YOU" redux

In time for our upcoming Australian debut, PTV3 presents mini version of our entirely original new song about our Beloved Lady Jaye called "THANK YOU". Edited to now fit on a 7" record, this intensely moving and psychedelic track is split on to 2 sides as "Thank You (Parts I & II)". Utilizing recycled colored vinyl, each slab is completely unique and comes housed in a recycled craft paper jacket emblazoned with a removable embroidered patch attached to the front cover. Includes an 8 page booklet featuring handwritten Breyer P-Orridge lyrics (stamped on page 5 with the BP-O seal of authenticity) as well as 2 postcards designed exclusively for this release (one design: one for mailing and one for keeping). Each package was lovingly and assembled by hand. This release, limited to 230 copies only (hand numbered on the back), is the second in a new series of Angry Love Productions "Handmade" vinyl records. Please note that the image shows variation of vinyl color and your purchase will contain ONE slab of vinyl. Available at our forthcoming Los Angeles and Australian gigs as well as on the webshoppe!

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