Would you like something to eat or drink? You are welcome in our own MILK café.
Discover the unique approach to identity in Yasemin Demirözcan's photography. Everyone is different, and it's important to have the room to express oneself. For many, their hair is a significant tool for self-discovery, allowing them to present themselves authentically without constraint. This series of portraits shows how hair and queer identities intersect, while simultaneously critiquing the stereotype that there's only one way to 'look queer'. The series emphasizes the visibility of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) individuals, as these perspectives often remain underrepresented in the visual representation of self-expression and style.
This program is organized by Milk Made, the youth division of the Melkweg. Learn more at melkweg.nl/milkmade. The lineup is curated by Sharon Ngu-Nji.
This program is made possible by Fonds21 and Cultuurfonds.
About the Photographer
Yasemin Demirözcan (2000) is an emerging photographer who draws inspiration from her understanding of human connections and social dynamics, stemming from her background in sociology. She strongly believes in the power of photography to build bridges and evoke a sense of recognition. Her goal is to initiate engaging conversations and explore the complexity of the human experience through her work.
On Tuesday, January 16th, we will be opening this exhibition from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Entrance via Milk Café, Marnixstraat 409.
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