HOME QUEER HOME
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Are you interested in joining the HOME QUEER HOME Community and take part in the creation of art that promotes the stories and visibility of queer indentities in todays society.
You are always welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOME QUEER HOME is a community outreach art project, mixing the borders between community engagement, documentary, installation and performance art.
The project aims to create space for marginalized voices, documenting and sharing personal stories of what identity, home and freedom means for LGBTQIA+ identities. A unique view into being queer in today's world and society.
HOME QUEER HOME - QUEER QUILT 21st of June 2023
As part of HIMHERANDITs queer takeover of ARoS, we are creating a massive artwork, involving hundreds of LGBTQIA+ persons becoming a magnificent HUMAN QUEER QUILT that saturates the entire bottom floor of ARoS Museum. Here all participants will unite, take space, and collectively lay down side by side to form a beautiful quilt of bodies and identities.
HOME QUEER HOME - ARoS June 2023
In June 2023, HIMHERANDIT takes over ARoS Public Engagement, queering up the museum. As part of this takeover, HOME QUEER HOME 2nd edition will be made, focusing on the generational gaps in queer communities. 10 young and 10 elder queer people will join in pairs and share their similarities, differences and stories, resulting in a video installation and performances, that can be experiences during June at ARoS.
Dates and times will be published on ARoS’ website.
HOME QUEER HOME - Horsens Theatre Festival 2022
HOME QUEER HOME was first created as the opening performance for Horsens Theatre Festival 2022. In collaboration with 80 young queer people, between 15-26 years old, HIMHERANDIT explored the young participants' notions on freedom, safety and security, identity and belonging - where they feel at home.
These testimonies were transformed into an artistic mediation. In the old prison in Horsens, the courtyard was transformed into a massive art installation, where the documented testimonies, played through a video installation, filled the room with their voices. On a giant rainbow the 80 young participants created a minimalistic performance, standing together, taking space, claiming their presence in the room and in the world.