On Sunday, June 13th, we hosted a zine workshop and lexicon brainstorm in collaboration with the Center for Heritage and Textiles (thanks Bruce!) The event featured an exhibition tour of Interweaving Poetic Code, and a mini-zine workshop on queer identity and language.
QRL is grateful to participate in the group exhibition WO-MEN at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco. Check out the online exhibition, visit QRL’s online book guide here, and check out the online Queer Reads Lexicon. Our collaborators include production lead and curator J. Wu, print lexicon designer Tiff Chan and digital lexicon designer Winnie Yoe.
Discussion: Visualizing Queer Culture in Hong Kong and Taipei with Dr. Chi Ta-wei and Kaitlin Chan, January 31, 2020. Open Library: February 1 – 2, 2020.
QRL participating in RUB – Now Wave and Graphic Activism at Flux Factory, New York, November 23 – December 15, 2019.
QRL with ZINE COOP at Taipei Art Book Fair, Talk on Sustaining Creative Partnerships in Independent Publishing, October 18 – 20, 2019.
QRL with ZINE COOP at Vancouver Art Book Fair, October 18 – 20, 2019. Vancouver Art Book Fair (VABF) is a non-profit organization committed to the advancement, appreciation and circulation of artists’ publishing.
Acudus Aranyian Solo Exhibition at Art and Cultural Outreach Staircase, September 13 – October 13, 2019. QRL Representative: Beatrix Pang. Acudus Aranyian is a Taiwanese indigenous Paiwan person. Born in 1996 in the Danlin tribe in Pingtung County, he moved to Taoyuan at the age of three when his family relocated for his father’s work. After moving to Tamsui to study at university, he began using his family’s old film camera to record his life. Over time, the rolls of film have chronicled his daily depression, his lust and emotions, the queer and techno cultures of Taipei, and political movements centered in Qingdao East Road.