Queer Eyes on "We Who Feel Differently" Exhibit

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Queer Eyes on "We Who Feel Differently" Exhibit

Carlos Motta's exhibit at the New Museum, "We Who Feel Differently," is a landmark show because it is one of the first instances of an established "ART INSTITUION" closely examining the LGBTIQQ timeline in both a concise and holistic way. The show, which opened last Wednesday, is located in the New Museum's "Museum as a Hub" area.  

Featured in the exhibit are various video interviews with activists, artists, politicians, researchers, and academics, as well as a projected video of NYC-based grassroots organization Queerocracy reciting the "Timeline of Queer Migrations." The space aims to serve as a "platform to engage critical issues of contemporary queer culture." As a platform within an arts context, there are various events, programs, talks, lectures, and opportunities for activism provided. (See the schedule HERE.)

"We Who Feel Differently" is a fantastic resource because it represents an important cross-pollination of art, history, and politics. This show is different from other art exhibits because it is about social interaction, dialogue, and participation, not just about looking at something hanging on a wall. It's definitely work checking out and an experience that merits multiple visits!