Monthly Archives: July 2009

What We Leave Behind on SFMOMA’s Open Space

After attending the opening night of “Lineage: Matchmaking in the Archive” at the GLBTQ Historical Society, I was inspired to write an article for SFMOMA’s Open Space that considered the relevance of the archive for queer histories. Looking at the intentions of curator, EG Crichton and a handful of the pairs between living and deceased queer artists, I respond to issues of visibility and historicization present in the exhibition itself. Read the article on Open Space.