In this four-part podcast series on Queer Activisms, historians, performers, educators and activists take a deep dive into existence and resistance in queer life – past and present.
Ajamu X is an artist, scholar, archive curator, and radical sex activist. His fine art photography explores same-sex desire and the Black male body. Ajamu is the founder (with Topher Campbell) of rukus! Black Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Cultural Archive which is now deposited at London Metropolitan Archive.
E-J Scott is a heritage curator and cultural producer whose practice employs a critical inquiry into whether or not raising the visibility of LGBTIQ+ narratives is queering the museum or museum-ing what’s queer? Their curatorial methodologies include arts participation as hyper-localised occupation, community-led collecting and digital border disruption. E-J’s projects include the Museum of Transology (Activist Museum Award 20/21, RCGM), DUCKIE, Queer & Now (Tate), West Yorkshire Queer Stories (HLF), Queer the Pier (Brighton Museum & Art Gallery) and the Prejudice and Pride podcast series (National Trust).