CHRONOTOPIA, the National Queer Arts Festival’s annual visual arts exhibition explores the past, present and future of queer people that will permanently alter the way you think about queer art and history in America and beyond.
The exhibition captures the multiple dimensions of queer time and place; locates queer lives in relation to complex communities; and remembers historical moments that are framed and re-framed by the present. It also offers alternative approaches to the historical record that challenge a fixed chronology of events and complicate the idea of memory. The exhibition is curated by: Cheryl Dunye, Tirza True Latimer, Rudy Lemcke, Matt McKinley, Pamela Peniston and Tina Takemoto.
Meet and mingle with artists from California and beyond over reception drinks and nosh! Performances during the reception by members of EG Crichton’s The Lineage Project sponsored by the the GLBT Historical Society.
CHRONOTOPIA: The Past, Present and Future of Queer Histories
June 5 – 30 2010
SOMArts, San Francisco, USA
Opening Reception: June 5, 2010 at 3pm
The Artists Are:
Mara Baldwin, Terry Berlier, Sarah Biscarra-Dilley, EG Crichton, Tammy Rae Carland, Lenore Chinn, Sarolta Jane Cump, Flora Darby, Katie Gilmartin, Nicki Green, Debbie Grossman, Angela Jimenez, Nomy Lamm, Diana Martin, Joanne Mitchell, Annie Murphy, Charissa King-O’Brien, Elissa Perry, Laura Rifkin, Jennifer Rarick, Silvia Ros, Clio Sady, Hilary Schwartz, Julie Sutherland, Bren Ahearn, Elliot Anderson, Chris Carroll and Alix P. Shedd, Rodrigo Cervantes, Jaime Shearn Coan, Greg Day, Bug Davidson, Bill Domonkos, Dino Dinco, Miki Foster, Gary Freeman, Brent Godfrey, Mitch Gould, Jamil Hellu, Sailor Holladay, John Howard, Bill Hsu, Dorian Katz, David King, Peter Kingstone, Lost Bois, Peter Max Lawrence, Ace Lehner, Ali Liebegott, Kyle McGuire, John Palatinus, Michael Pfleghaar, Peter Pizzi, Paul Baker Prindle, Andrew Printer, Z.A. Martohardjono, Sean Michael Rau, Jeremy Sanders, Jules Shendelman, Matt Smith, Glenn Tramantano and Nathan Vincent.
The web gallery of ‘Chronotopia’ with installation view of the different rooms of the exhibition
The press release about Chronotopia: The Past, Present and Future of Queer Histories by National Queer Arts Festival 2010 California, USA