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Lost and Found / Queerying the Archive

2010-01-31 to 2010-04-25

How can we create an archive of the private memories of gender, love and sexuality that have been erased by official archives and excluded from the writing of history? How do we record and store feelings and intimacy? In the exhibition Lost and Found / Queerying the Archive these issues are addressed from queer perspectives through art works offering alternative histories and reworked archives.

Kimberly Austin, Cecilia Barriga, Mary Coble, Aleesa Cohene, Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset, Conny Karlsson, Heidi Lunabba, Al Masson, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, Flemming Rolighed, Tejal Shah, Ingo Taubhorn.

How can we create an archive of the private memories of gender, love and sexuality that have been erased by official archives and excluded from the writing of history? How do we record and store feelings and intimacy? In the exhibition Lost and Found / Queerying the Archive these issues are addressed from queer perspectives through art works offering alternative histories and reworked archives.