Marginalised voices are brought to the forefront in this live and online exhibition of works by artists identifying as both queer and disabled.
Now more than ever, queer voices are vital to a continued socio-political discourse surrounding representation in a digital landscape. Queertech.io showcases a broad cross-section of the innovative, poignant and queer-as-hell works emerging from diverse queer communities.
Like queer voices, disabled voices are marginalised, and queer disabled voices even more so. Disabled artists are often overlooked in major landmark presentations, and the discourse around accessibility of queer-led events must be brought to the forefront. The queer community has many disabled members, some of whom have historically felt left out of Midsumma Festival events. This project highlights these artists with an online and physical show giving queer artists with a disability the opportunity to shine in a keynote Midsumma Festival presentation at ACMI.
Tune into the panel discussion at 7pm on Sunday 6 Feb (online)
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