Ankara Queer Art Programme

Aylime Aslı Demir

Aylime Aslı Demir


Aylime Aslı Demir is a feminist-queer activist who has been working on curatorial and editorial projects dealing with the politics and aesthetics of bringing various types of practices and knowledges together in publications and exhibitions. She has been working as the academic and cultural studies department coordinator at Kaos Gay and Lesbian Cultural Research and Solidarity Association (Kaos GL) since 2013. Since 2013, she has been the chief editor of KAOS GL Magazine that is Turkey’s first and currently only printed LGBTI+ magazine published regularly since 1994 to nowadays. She is also chief-editor of Turkey’s first and only peer reviewed queer studies journal, KaosQ+, which began to be published in 2014. 

She has been taking part in and collaborating with many institutions and collectives within the frames of exhibitions, conferences, community works and publications in Turkey and abroad. Recent projects she has been a part of are Unpredictable Times: Queering Politics in Turkey, MUCEM, Marseille, 2019; Young Curators Academy, Maxim Gorki Theater, Berlin, 2019; “At least three fingers;” still life lessons from a queer feminist activist, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe 2019, Dislocations in Queer Art, Kara Art Studio, Kocaeli, 2019; Read My World Literature Festival, Amsterdam, 2018; Vanishing Mediator, Evliyagil Museum, Ankara, 2018; ColonyQueering the Posthuman, Schwules Museum, Berlin, 2018; ColonyQueering the Posthuman, Abud Efendi Mansion, Istanbul, 2017; Public Program of Mountain Qaf, Arter, Space for Art, 2017; Future Queer, Ark Kültür, Istanbul, 2016.

 

 

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