**RECEPTION & PERFORMANCES: THURSDAY, NOV 14TH, 7-9PM.
By collecting the words of queer people from historical and personal sources, The Guilt You Don’t Feel (curated by Emma Lucidi) explores the queer person’s experience of loss, oppression, and being “othered” by society, addressing concepts such as transphobia, harassment, violence, and misogyny. Featuring three performances, this exhibition strives to stimulate an educational dialogue and create a safe space for queer people to be mournful and grieve; whether it be grieving for someone they have lost, or grieving their past selves before a transition. Viewers are invited to contribute to the altar of personal, queer-associated objects (pick-up will commence on Fri, Nov 22nd).
“I want this to be a space of support and uplift but also a space for Rage, which we should rightfully have— not destructive rage, but the rage that comes with recognizing these realities.”
— Emma Lucidi
Featuring performances by:
Thursday, November 21
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