Ferranti, F. (2017) Arnolfini’s façade. [Unpublished photograph]. Arnolfini, Bristol. Since I have started my MA in Curatorial Practice, I have developed … More
Month: November 2017
Genderosity: a show curated by gender non-conforming artist Donald C. Shorter Jr on the process of self discovery through drag.
DONXMEN. 2017. GENDEROSITY (excerpt). [Online Video] Available from : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJ2VS0OqtOc. [Accessed 27 November 2017]. This Youtube video shows an excerpt … More
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in dialogue with Beacons, Icons & Dykons: a reflection on how to design a non-judgmental, inclusive, Queer space.
While doing some research on queer perspectives on Curatorial Practice, I have read several articles about Buddies in Bad Times Theatre … More
A follow-up on Aims and Objectives: Queerating as a new method for rethinking the future of Curatorial Practice.
My mind is stuck in the process of designing the methodology of my research: I have spent the first two … More
Who is allowed to be a victim? Performing artist and poet Travis Alabanza’s speech on Trans identity and the silent violence in public spaces.
TEDx Talks. (2017). Who is allowed to be a victim? | Travis Alabanza | TEDxBrum. [Online Video]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=_wAwcTTOq4k %5BAccessed 20 November … More
Late shift extra: Queer Perspectives 10 at the National Portrait Gallery.
On Thursday 9th November, I attended Queer Perspectives 10 at the National Portrait Gallery: an inclusive takeover created by London-based artist … More
The Pink and Blue Project: Jeongmee Yoon’s photographic series and decoding colours in toys industry.
When I first started being interested in gender, I began to question our perception of gender roles just looking at … More
White Cube: the ideology of a gallery space vs participatory art or finding new paths to fuse them together?
This post sparked from a conversation that I had few weeks ago with Prof. Michele Whiting about how I might … More