An apprenticeship in Queer I believe it was by Nina Wakeford (2018)
Queer Futures @Mimosa House, London
Live performance, with digital and 16mm footage, exploring ‘Embrace the Base’ protest at Greenham Common in 1982 during which around 30,000 women held hands in a peaceful protest against the continuing presence of nuclear weapons on British soil. The work offers 'menstrual synchrony' as a mechanism or metaphor for queer recruitment beyond conventional definitions of love and desire.
--with Amanda Millis and Farrah Riley Gray