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Familiar Grammars of Loss and Belonging, Curating Trans Kinship in Post-Dictatorship Argentina

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018
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6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Cole Rizki PhD candidate
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Graduate Scholars Colloquium

This paper explores a recent installation of the Trans Memory Archive, a photographic archive generated by a collective of Argentine trans women who amassed 6,000 personal photographs and ephemera dating from around 1930 to 2000. Rizki analyses the stakes of the exhibition, which took place in a former concentration camp in Buenos Aires, while also considering the affective and material dimensions of this large-scale archival project to track the relationships between visuality, dictatorship, and trans subjectivity in Argentina.

Contact: Julie Wynmor