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Sexual exorbitance in island and sea scapes

Panisson, Benedetta



Benedetta Panisson argues that re-creating museum visualities of human and animal sexualities by crossing a queer, feminist and interdisciplinary gaze, accompanies children’s and adults’ eyes not only to the perception wonder of what we consider as extra-ordinary, but also to get used to it (we’re here, we’re queer, get used to it), towards non-heteronormative imaginaries, building a less suspicious, more aware and relaxed intimacy.


Panisson, B. (2024). Sexual exorbitance in island and sea scapes. Antennae, 63, 45-53

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Jan 18, 2024
Online Publication Date Apr 10, 2024
Publication Date Apr 9, 2024
Deposit Date May 6, 2024
Journal Antennae
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 63
Pages 45-53
Keywords queer studies, photography, visual studies, critical animal studies, island studies
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