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Queer Graphics

Queer Graphics

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Through a wide variety of objects and documents, Queer Graphics (in co-publication with CFC-Éditions) delves into the visual and cultural history of an everyday life carried by the activism of individuals, communities, associations and groups. It takes a fresh look at the history of LGBTQI+ communities.

The book is structured around six thematic chapters: Visibilising, Manufacturing, Subverting, Recognising (one another), Revealing
and Informing.

This project was developed by the Design Museum Brussels and the Structure for Interdisciplinary Research on Gender, Equality and Sexuality (STRIGES) at ULB (Université Libre de Bruxelles) (with the support of the Archives of the City of Brussels, the Carhif-AVG and the Suzan Daniel Fund*). This book was co-authored by Audrey Aegerter, Aline Baudet, Aurélie Bouvart, Jonatan Agra, Marie-Sophie du Montant, Alexandre Donnen, Bart Hellinck, Mathilde Messina, David Paternotte, Charlotte Pezeril, Valérie Piette and Samy Soussi.

Suzan Daniel, born Suzanne De Pues in Brussels in 1918 and died in 2007, was an activist for gay rights in Belgium. She was one of the initiators of the LGBT movement in Belgium. In 1953, she founded the Cultural Centre of Belgium (CCB), the first emancipation group for Belgian gays and lesbians. A year later, she left the board due to sexism and withdrew from the LGBT scene, after which she fell into oblivion. In 1996, the Belgian LGBT Archive and Documentation Centre, founded the same year, was named after her.

Release: 16 May 2023
Format: 21 x 27,5 cm
Author: Collectif
Number of pages: 128 p.
Trilingual book French-Dutch-English

© Design Museum Brussels
© CFC-Éditions

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