IQMF TALK: WHO SPEAKS FOR WHOM?

With Anouk Tan – Queer is not a manifesto, Paula – Papaya Kuir Collective and Timothy Aarons – Caribbean Queer Salon Annual IQMF discussion reflecting on the Dutch queer artivism scene. The organization Queer is not a manifesto was launched in February 2019 at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and is a podium on which many interpretations of the notion queer are proudly presented. Papaya Kuir is a collective of Trans and Queer Latinx Asylum seekers and artists who have been organising events for 3 years. Their aim is to highlight the precarious realities of Trans and Queer Latinx asylum seekers. Caribbean Queer Salon, is an initiative of Thimothy Aarons who is filling the gap within the representation and space for the English speaking Queer Migrants from the Caribbean. The Salon was launched in 2019. Find out what the Dutch queer landscape has in store for us in 2021.
Film pairing: Limbos Paralegales by Papaya Kuir (Dutch premiere)

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