Having a Kiki: Queer Desire and Public Space
Having a Kiki: Queer Desire and Public Space, edited by artist Emma Haugh, presents an unprecedented examination of public space and the built environment through queer, dyke, and transgender perspectives.
‘Given the interdisciplinary nature of Having a Kiki, its appeal will surely be as broad as encompassing as the experiences relayed within it.’
– Stephen Moloney, Totally Dublin, February 2017
Contributions by Oreet Ashery, Claude Cahun, Faye Green, Emma Haugh and Suza Husse, Frankie Hucklenbroich, Libida Club Archive, Sally R. Munt, Kaj Osteroth and Lydia Hamann, Sideroom (Amal Alhaag and Maria Guggenbichler), Neo Sinoxolo Musangi, and Eimear Walshe.
Awarded the ICAD Silver Bell award for design.
Accepted into the 100 Archive (2016).
Design: Atelier Projects
Kindly supported by the Arts Council
17 cm × 24 cm, 96 pages, 24 colour ills., softcover, 2 inserts