About

Kemi Adeyemi is Assistant Professor of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies at the University of Washington. Her book manuscript, Making New Grounds: Black Queer Women's Geographies of Neoliberalism, is currently in development and she is in the process of co-editing a volume titled Queer Nightlife, a collection of essays, interviews, writing, and ephemera that documents the diverse expressions of queer nightlife worldwide. Her exhibition unstable objects, co-curated with Sampada Aranke, opened at The Alice Gallery in 2017. Recent publications span academic and arts audiences, and include "Donald Trump is the Perfect Man for the Job," in QED: A Journal of GLBTQ Worldmaking; exhibition catalog essays for black is a color (Los Angeles, CA), Impractical Weaving Suggestions (Madison, WI), and Endless Flight (Chicago, IL); as well as various interviews with and writings on artists such as sidony o'neal, Brendan Fernandes, Adee Roberson, Indira Allegra, and taisha paggett.

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