Cruising Pavilion w/ Pierre-Alexandre Mateos & Charles Teyssou

The Panel is joined by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou to talk about their ongoing project Cruising Pavilion (in collaboration with Rasmus Myrup and Octave Perrault), which curates exhibitions around gay cruising culture and the intersection between architecture and public sex. We also discuss the Haussmannization of the web, state tracking of queer populations through hookup apps, the death of Colette in Paris, and the fisting club Foucault frequented in San Francisco.

The New York iteration of Cruising Pavilion is on view through April 7th at Ludlow 38: http://ludlow38.org/exhibitions/cruising-pavilion-new-york/

๐Ÿ’‰ DP EP 35 ๐Ÿ’‰ 31 March 2019

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See more on the project at cruisingpavilion.com

Pierre and Charles’ article for Flash on Colette:
https://flash—art.com/article/theanyspacewhatever/

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