⁉️ comprises of a suite of published articles that apply the notion of “place” (as physical and digital geography, and as a critical perspective) across several interrelating understandings of contemporary queerness. Institutionally, how do online frameworks influence the art system’s power structures and operating models? Individually, how does “internet living” shape our social and personal identities? And how do cultural producers, working in rural communities engage with the challenges and opportunities of visibility, locality, and connectivity?

Curatorial Practice (MFA) Students