Mobile Exhibition

Welcome to our digital exhibition of Queer-ways: Retracing Melbourne's Queer Footprint project.  

This exhibition showcases a re-telling of Melbourne's queer history through the voices of local queer people in a series of five maps. 

 

After initial research supported by the Australian Queer Archives and community consultation directly. with Melbourne's LGBTIQ+ community, LUCIANO and Georgia Keats have charted queer experiences, locations of significance, and memories onto illustrated Augmented Reality maps of the city.  

Thank you Luke Davis for the beautiful photos of our physical exhibition at the Victorian Pride Centre 

To view the exhibition:

  1. Click on the videos below to watch and listen as the maps come to life retracing Melbourne's queer footprints.

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st kilda
(YoUruk) 2021
LUCIANO and Georgia Keats
New Media

Voiced by: Cerulean, Miss First Nation 2021

Prahran
 2021 (pur-ra-ran)
LUCIANO and Georgia Keats
New Media

Voiced by: Joshua Marcus Stapleton

Melbourne
(Naarm) 2021
LUCIANO and Georgia Keats
New Media

Voiced by: Sally Goldner AM

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collingwood
2021 (Yálla-birr-ang)
LUCIANO and Georgia Keats
New Media

Voiced by: Mark Binette

Coming soon

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carlton 
(Yern-da-ville) 2021
LUCIANO and Georgia Keats
New Media

Voiced by: Julie Sorin

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