Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive
Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive is an international exhibition and publication focusing on memory and the writing of history in relationship to gender and sexuality.
The project questions what is lost in traditional archive compilation and canon creation: What is included, and what is excluded? How is history written? And whose history is told?
The artists in the exhibition are Kimberly Austin (US), Cecilia Barriga (CL), Mary Coble (US), Aleesa Cohene (CA), Elmgreen & Dragset (DK/NO), Conny Karlsson (SE), Heidi Lunabba (FI), Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay (CA), Flemming Rolighed (DK), Tejal Shah (IN), Al Masson (DK/FR) and Ingo Taubhorn (DE). The exhibition is curated by Jane Rowley and Louise Wolthers. Read more about the exhibition here.
The book Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive is published in conjunction with the exhibition, including contributions by Ann Cvetkovich, Mathias Danbolt, Heather Love, Jane Rowley & Louise Wolthers, Joe Brainard and the artists in the exhibition. Read more about the publication here.