“. . . on being gawked at and yet not seen . . .”
30 July 2021, 6–8 p.m.
When do queer, non-normative bodies stop being objects on display, waiting to be consumed by the gaze of the majority? How can traditional practices of exhibiting be broken in order to reflect the viewers’ voyeuristic gaze? How can moments be created where the viewing takes place which disrupt established power dynamics and initiate processes between resistance, emancipation, and participation? In a workshop and talk, And She Was Like: BÄM!, represented by Luise Pilz (art historian and editor) along with the activist, artist, and educator Mine Wenzel and guests will critically explore these questions.
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