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Unruly Visions: The Aesthetic Practices of Queer Diaspora

Organizer: NYU Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
Venue: NYU Silver Center, Silverstein Lounge & Jurow Lecture Hall, Room 101
Address:
100 Washington Square East (entrance at 31 Washington Place)
New York, NY 10003 United States
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Add to Calendar 11/15/2018 06:00 PM 11/15/2018 08:00 PM America/New_York Unruly Visions: The Aesthetic Practices of Queer Diaspora More detail: http://apa.nyu.edu/event/unruly-visions-the-aesthetic-practices-of-queer-diaspora/ NYU Silver Center, Silverstein Lounge & Jurow Lecture Hall, Room 101, New York, NY, 10003

UPDATE: Please note that this event has a new location: NYU Silver Center, Jurow Hall, 31 Washington Place, first floor.

Presented by the NYU Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality. Co-sponsored by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU.

Lisa Lowe (Tufts University), Tavia Nyong’o (Yale University), Licia Fiol-Matta (NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese), and Manijeh Moradian (Barnard College) discuss Gayatri Gopinath’s (NYU Department of Social & Cultural Analysis) Unruly Visions: The Aesthetic Practices of Queer Diaspora (Duke University Press, 2018), which brings queer studies to bear on studies of diaspora and visuality, tracing the interrelation of affect, archive, region, and aesthetics through an examination of a wide range of contemporary queer visual culture.

Spanning film, fine art, poetry, and photography, the book stages unexpected encounters between work by South Asian, Middle Eastern, African, Australian, and Latinx artists such as Tracey Moffatt, Chitra Ganesh, Akram Zaatari, and Allan deSouza. Unruly Visions shows how their art functions as regional queer archives that express alternative understandings of time, space, and relationality. The roundtable will be followed by brief comments by Gopinath.

No registration required. 

 

This venue is accessible for wheelchair users via the 31 Washington Place entrance. Restrooms are accessible via elevator, and are gender segregated. If you need any accommodations, please email csgs@nyu.edu as soon as possible.