Join us for OUTing The Past International Festival of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans History featuring a talk by Logan Sisley. This talk will explore strategies used by selected artists and writers to reconfigure family photograph albums to include representations of their sexuality. We will look at the historical structural absences of the family album, then reflect on several artistic interventions within it and the possibilities for re-reading or re-configuring images to enable alternative meanings. This event will take place 1 April, 1-2pm.
Logan Sisley is Acting Head of Collections at Hugh Lane Gallery.
This event is free but booking is required (Book Here)