Boundless: Launch Party of The Body Is More Than This

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An exhibition launch party to celebrate all genders and works in The Body is More Than This

Come join the celebration at the Immigration Museum to launch the exhibition of The Body is More Than This. Curated by Kin Francis, this is a summer outdoor party with performances by Cerulean, Mora Money, and Miss Cairo with music all night long from KSMBA and Tinika.

Also see full event: The Body is More Than This

This is a special event for all trans, gender diverse and our queer community; to be the first to see artworks in The Body is More Than This – an exhibition of artworks from gender diverse and nonbinary artists.

The exhibition features artists Caleb Thaiday, Elijah Money, Luce Nguyễn-Hunt, Ari Tampubolon, Indra Liusuari and Kin Francis deconstructing gender expression and reimaging ways to live freely outside of heteronormative and colonial contraints.


Tickets are free for First Nations community - booking required.


About the artists

Cerulean is the current reigning Miss First Nation 2021. She is an expressive blue gem who descended from the Pisces constellation to bless mere mortals with a raining cloud of excitement, energy and fun! Her body morphs into an ensemble of contrasting forms, exploring performance through concepts.

Mora Money serves camp clown chaos. Trans Wiradjuri babe, Mora leaves you wanting more. The pure personification of a money hungry capitalist gal living her fantasy. Think girl in control - think like Mora. Follow her silly little adventures @mora_money. Highlights include: ‘dis rupt’ at Hamer Hall, Yirramboi 2019; ‘White Rabbit’, Brunswick Mechanic Institute, Fringe Festival, 2019; ‘The Fae’ at Signal, Yirramboi 2021; SMASH the Drag Show (most iterations) 2020-2022; Midsumma Carnival 2020 & 2022; 4Play at Pride of our Footscray, 2022; ’The Birth of Dirty Versace’ at Miscellania 2022 and many more!

Miss Cairo has been a cabaret artist for the last decade and is the founding Director of The People of Cabaret. She has performed extensively around the world, and has a vast varied skill-set within the performing arts. A dancer, a singer, an actress, an activist, and a writer she aims to galvanise people into making expansive changes in the world!

KSMBA is a Naarm based classical musician turned DJ.  With their sights now set on igniting the dance floor, their sets move across a range of genres, exploring the percussive, hypnotic and contemporary elements of dance music.

Tinika is renowned for her distinctive taste and adventurous track selection as a Naarm-based DJ. Through sonic exploration she strives to surprise with each carefully curated mix but also bring with her, a sense of nostalgia to the dance floor. Tinika grew up heavily influenced by the sounds she selects today, with her output being a feel good fusion ranging from house to baile funk to experimental hip hop, r’n’b and everything in between. Drawing on her queer black identity, you’ll be hard pressed to find a genre untouched by Tinika who seems to always give the crowd what they didn’t know they needed.

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Event & ticketing details

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English No Barrier
Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

WHEN Wed 25 Jan 7pm


FULL $25.00
CONC $18.00
FIRST NAT First Nations: FREE


Immigration Museum

400 Flinders St, Melbourne CBD

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Flinders Street


35, 70 or 75 to stop 3

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