- 12.09 > 17.09.2019
These men were my coming out, having led me to leave a space, to land in another
Focused on the dialogue that heteronormativity maintains with the coming out process, the coming out is a process of acceptance and identity consolidation that can take any form in response to societies daily questioning of gender and sexual orientation.
The perspective of whispering one’s sexuality as opposed to disclosing one’s sexuality lends itself in this space naturally to the concept of passage.
Explicitly or implicitly, the overvalued shadows that pass through the life experiences exposed during this performance result from this indoctrination brought by the heteronormative society.
The presentation of these life samples scrutinizes the « degree outness » and by collecting data across dimensions of desire, leads us to reflect on the ostracism that heteronormative society imposes on the homosexual community.
Creation : Alban Ovanessian | Artistic advice : Synne Elve Enoksen | Jean Baptiste Portier, Mamadou Wague | Technical support : Mamadou Wague, Eimi Leggett | Video and light design : Alban Ovanessian | Co-produced by KWP Kunstenwerkplaats | With the support of the GXII P.A.R.T.S festival.
Thanks to Robinson Cassarino, Yun Pei Hsiung, Adrian Sanchez Nunez, Jens Peeters and Rafael Oeps, among others.