A conversation exploring the relationship between queer life and the need for safe and exclusive spaces with queer-feminist architect Simen Sorthe and guests.
According to Chauncey, there are “no queer space, (…) only spaces put to queer uses.” But can we identify common traits across the spaces queer people inhabit and produce? And could we in a Danish context even imagine a queer typology?
Join us for a conversation at Den Anden Side, the nightclub in the basement of Palads, on Tuesday 6 June, where we will talk about the party, the clinic and the refuge as three examples of queer spaces.
Doors and bar open at 18:00. Event starts at 18:30.
Tickets can be purchased HERE
The essays covering these spaces can be read online on CAFx Journal leading up to the festival.
This event is generously sponsored by Gehl.
All revenue from the ticket sale will be donated to AIDS-Fondet and LGBT Asylum.
Simen Sorthe, queer-feminist architect and researcher, will be joined by Carlo Molino, DJ and co-founder of Group Therapy, Ditte Maria Bjerno Holst, head of Checkpoint Copenhagen, and Yanaba Mompremier Rymark Sankoh, secretary general of LGBT Asylum.