Guided Tour of Camille Kervella’s Queering Brussels Exhibition
Come discover the contents of the Queering Brussels exhibition and comments and quotes by the people who contributed, with the exhibition curator. This exhibition transmits the expertise, experiences, and tales of LGBTQIA+/queer people. It questions the constructed context in which they currently evolve and the stakes involved in occupying a venue such as the Halles Saint-Géry.
Camille Kervella is an architect, an exhibition curator, and the co-founder of L’architecture qui dégenre asbl. Her work is influenced by the idea that bodies and identities are political; therefore, being an architect and a lesbian has an impact on the way buildings and societies are seen.
Place Saint-Géry 1 1000 Brussels | 20 people max. | FR | Registration required