The Queers Are Revolting at People’s History Museum – Artist Q&A – German Techno Lezbians

Instigate Arts take over People’s History Museum for this month’s Radical Late, presenting a night of creative, queer activism and art with work from The Penthouse, Ms Kate Keeper curated by Greg Thorpe, German Techno Lezbians, Kiss Me AgainEva SerrationMichelle Hannah and more.

Cutbacks are intersectional and as the LGBTQ+ community finds itself disproportionally affected, some of the most rad, creative queers respond with a night of creative activism. Because IF IT’S NOT A SITE OF RESISTANCE IT’S A SITE OF PROPAGANDA! You are invited to an evening, an event, an experience. It’s radical and it’s real, because the QUEERS ARE REVOLTING! 

Here we speak to The German Techno Lezbians

 

What is it about your practice that makes it Queer?

OUR QUEERNESS WILL NOT BE FORMALISED

 

In the current political climate, and at at a time of austerity, why do you feel making Queer work is important?

OUR QUEERNESS WILL NOT BE FORMALISED

 

“If it’s not a site of resistance it’s a site of propaganda.” How do you feel about that statement? And how do you feel your work connects to that idea?

OUR QUEERNESS WILL NOT BE FORMALISED

 

 

 

 


Part of the Never Going Underground season, a year-long programme of exhibitions, events and learning programmes exploring the past, present and future of LGBT+ activism. Suitable for adults and young people.

This a free event but please register for tickets here

 

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