A free guided tour through the Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer: An Exhibit on Queer/Disabilty History, Activism, and Culture exhibition in English spoken language.
“Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer” is the first international exhibit exploring the multiple historical, cultural, and political intersections of queerness and disability. The exhibition questions the fantasy of the ideal body with artworks by 24 international contemporary artists. In a creative juxtaposition of historical objects on the one hand and contemporary drawings, paintings, photographs, performance videos, and audio works on the other, curators Birgit Bosold, Kate Brehme, Kenny Fries show how queer/disabled artists appropriate history(s) with pride and empowerment.
A registration is not necessary. Participation is for free, only the entrance to the SMU itself has to be paid. Participation is only possible with a medical mask.
Photo: “Self Portrait with Robert Andy Coombs in My Dorm Room”, 2019 © Joey Solomon, Manhattan, New York