“Queer space is not an enclave or ghetto, but exists everywhere, unbounded, ever-present” (Brian McGrath, March 1994, writing about his project There Is No “Queer Space”, Only Different Points of View).
In John Paul Ricco. Fag-o-Sites: Minor Architecture and Geopolitics of Queer Everyday Life. (Chicago: 1998)
Q: to what extent such framing of fluidity with regards to queer spaces and their possibilities pastoralizes the notion of queer (the term Leo Bersani uses as a threat to the political stance of queer identity)?
Q: how can activist practices be constantly re-invented?