ROM for kunst og arkitektur presents the final exhibition of their project “Dissident Publics: Future Artefacts of Queer Methodologies” from May 12th to June 16th, 2023 in Oslo.
“Dissident Publics: Future Artefacts of Queer Methodologies” is a collaborative artistic research project launched in August 2022 at ROM for kunst og arkitektur. This co-curation and co-creation project explores “queer” as an agent of change and the act of “dissidence” as a radically inclusive approach to the making of public space. By bringing together architecture, visual arts, performance art, and activism, it aims at creating new queer narratives, methodologies, artefacts, and imaginaries of public space to break free from the overshadowing heteronormative conditioning of cities today.
The project is initiated and coordinated by ROM’s Curators in Residence EXUTOIRE (Bùi Quý Sơn and Paul-Antoine Lucas), co-curated with NOGOODS (Danja Burchard and Maike Statz), and developed together with five artists and architects: Léa Brami (Brussels-based French artist, architect and writer), Mahé Cordier-Jouanne (French architect and tattoo artist), Liene Pavlovska (Latvian scenographer and spatial designer), Lexie Owen (Oslo-based Canadian interdisciplinary artist), and Jan Trinh (Norwegian architect).
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