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About patriciasilva

Patricia's interviews and critical writings on photography and visual culture have been published by the Joan Mitchell Foundation; ICP Perspectives; Cult Bytes; Dodge & Burn: Decolonizing Photography; Daylight; "Memories Can't Wait;" and in The Portuguese American Journal. Patricia's photographs and videos have been internationally exhibited and screened at numerous institutions.

Connecting Subjectivities: An interview with Be Oakley

Founded in 2015 the GenderFail Archive Project is a publishing and programming platform for projects fostering intersectional queer subjectivities. Through this innitiative Be Oakley invites artists, curators, librarians, activists, and other engaged publics to “pick a selection of titles from … Continue reading

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Queering Collections with Christopher Clary

Queering the Collection is an ongoing exhibition co-curated by Emily Dunne at the ICP Library and Be Oakley of the GenderFail Archive Project to organize a variety of curatorial perspectives in contemporary investigations of gender through archives, libraries and collections. … Continue reading

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The WRRQ Collective: A Sensibility

  This spring, the ICP Library launched a collaborative exhibition series co-curated with Be Oakley of the GenderFail Archive. In addition to organizing a variety of curatorial perspectives to investigate gender through archives, Oakley invited participating artists Hallie McNeill, Evan … Continue reading

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