The exhibition presented by Homografía this year is the result of a collaboration with the gallery That’s What X Said, showing the work of 7 artists at the Grands Carmes and of an artistic duo at Reset. The selected works echo the festival’s programme and explore new territories of encounters, sexualities and lives.
The mediums used and the points of view are multiple, respond to each other and match up. The artists explore the fluidity of desires, identities and representations. They proceed to a queerization of spaces, populated by artefacts, and seek, through constant mutation, to make the invisible visible.
In a safe and supportive space, participants will explore the complex topics of privilege through a feminist lens in order to reflect on ways to become better allies to those who experience systemic discrimination, oppression and violence.
Talk with Michel-Ange Vinti led by Adrien Nasell. Michel-Ange Vinti from his first documentary Masculinités Homosexuelles (France Culture, 2013) to his podcast Etre Un Homme (Studio Balado, 2 seasons, 2022 – in progress) consists of recording, clearing and transmitting gay life experiences through sound portraits where many themes are addressed: relationships, love, friendship, desire, shame, addictions (drugs, alcohol), sexuality, family, fragmented identities, multiple identities, race, etc.