Queer uses of colour: A tinted hermeneutics

In her keynote lecture for the 2018 AAANZ conference, Aesthetics, Politics and Histories: The Social Context of Art, the prominent art historian and critical feminist scholar Griselda Pollock posed the following question with regards to a cultural hermeneutics: how is the study of a culture a way to understand its “double space”, considering “what it is to belong, who we are, and at the same time how meanings are being formed for us and … lived by us”? 

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