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### This Machine Kills Trans-Exclusionary Radical Fucks This work comes out of my current practice exploring my trans identity, process of transition, and how I have to brace myself every day against a world that remains uncertain about trans people, sometimes violently so. I’ve compressed the video and sound to the edges of where it feels viable, but I like how the crushing gives a re-reproduced standard, copied beyond and watched on repeat. It’s almost degraded and analogue, and suits, for me anyway, the closeness of the Careful Network project, like something handed down, passed along; lossy and imperfect. Trans Panic costume designed in collaboration with and made by Abi Hubbard [@abi_hubbard_creative]( **Bio** RHIANNON LOWE (b.1974, Harrogate, England) studied at Lancaster, Birmingham and Leicester. Rhiannon makes installations and smaller works involving video, noise, print, drawing, costume. She writes and curates, and has started performing at sound/word/exhibition events, working at the relationship between these areas of practice. Recent exhibition, performances, projects include: Cekca Het: Trans Panic, Mission Gallery, Swansea; Shindig, g39 library, Cardiff; Can’t at There are no celebrities... Three Doors Up, Cardiff; John Cale Made Me A Woman, Arcadecardiff, Cardiff; The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber; Howler gallery, Unit(e) residency, g39; South Square, Bradford; Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal. Rhiannon has worked at: Crescent Arts, Scarborough; Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown; Chapter, Cardiff; Cywaith Cymru/Safle, Cardiff; and CCQ contemporary art magazine. She is currently on a Freelands fellowship, based at g39, and was awarded a grant from Arts Council Wales towards her solo exhibition at Mission, Swansea. Invited by [QUAD](