This paper examines an art activity, called Queer Identity and Blind Cat Principle (QIBCP). It is an art project which was performed in three different cities (Eskişehir, Ankara, İstanbul) and places (a bar, a LGBTT association, an art gallery) in Turkey. The main idea of QIBCP is shaped around identity and identity politics of art. It is also a worthwhile investigation around identity by means of art, especially performance art. This study queries how participators, who perform in QIBCP, construct their identity and their awareness of identity constructions through Queer Theory.
|Keywords:||Queer Identity, Queer Art, Performance Art, Guarilla Artist, Ümit Ilgın Yiğit|
Research Assistant, Departmnet of Fashion Design, Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Eskişehir, Turkey
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