Author Ariel Goldberg to share research on trans, queer image cultures
Author Ariel Goldberg will share research and writing on their book-in-progress on the ethics of trans and queer image cultures at Bnai Keshet’s Kaplan Minyan Feb. 19 at 10:30 a.m.
The event is open to all.
Goldberg, who currently teaches at The New School, Bard College and City College, will give the talk via Zoom, with ID 83778958621. The event password is "KAPLAN."
Goldberg will talk about the processes and relationships integral to producing images of trans and queer life in its emerging years, between the 1960s to the 1990s, according to a Bnai Keshet release.
Through close readings of self-published books, grassroots exhibits, traveling slideshows, photography workshops, correspondences, and short-run publications, Goldberg explores modes of dialogue that revolve around the production of influential images to study how the permission (or lack thereof) to take and distribute images of trans and queer individuals was first achieved, the release said.
Goldber's late father, Ira, and mother, Ellie, were longtime members of Bnai Keshet until they moved to Florida.
For more information, visit Bnai Keshet's website at bnaikeshet.org, or call 973-746-4889.