February, 2021

26feb13:4515:45Event OverVirtual EventHua Hua & datianshiFetishization of Vulnerability13:45 - 15:45 CET(GMT+01:00) View in my timeCategory:Day 3,Queerope 2021Format:conference


  • Hua Hua (she/her)

    Hua Hua (she/her)

    hua hua is a Shibari artist and educator from the UK and based in Shanghai. She is the co-founder of BORDERLINE, a platform dedicated to rope art and related behavioural art activities and performances. She believes that rope bondage is a process of exploring intimacy, vulnerability and intimacy. She regularly performs and teaches in Shanghai and also participates in many collaborative interactive art projects. In addition to her focus on Shibari/Kinbaku, her art works also includes nude photography, physical theatre, installation art, and facilitating immersive intimate experiences.

  • datianshi 大天使 (they/he)

    datianshi 大天使 (they/he)


(Friday) 13:45 - 15:45 CET(GMT+01:00) View in my time



Event Details

Often when we think of fetishization in bondage we immediately associate it with viewing the body or the ropes itself as an object of pleasure and arousal. What if our desire is not towards the body’s outer shell but at gazing at the hidden being within ?

This workshop is dedicated to the emotionality and psychological effects of rope bondage. We will be exploring ways in which to communicate and observe our partners, understanding boundaries, trauma, methods of exposure and we will also share our own personal approach to shame and objectification.



Format: workshop

Minimum Knowledge Level: all levels

What to Bring: rope

Solo or Partnered: both

Class recording: yes

This class will be recorded (only the facilitator, not the participants) and is available for ticket holders for 30 days after the event.


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The login details for this class will be sent to you via email shortly before the event.



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