Notes on Camp
8 January 2014
The word ‘camp’ is often used without any acknowledgment of its political significance. As a mode of gay or queer representation, it is part of a language that has become available for all, and been pacified into something more akin to humour. This talk discusses the term camp and its relation to contemporary art. Chaired by art historian Gavin Butt, the panel comprises curator Chris Sharp, writer Ellen Feiss and artist Daniel Sinsel.
£10 / £8 Concessions / £7 ICA Members / £5 ICA Student Members
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