Olivia Ahn has been involved in a social practice that integrates architecture, art, advocacy, caregiving, and interpersonal communication through a queer sexual and reproductive justice lens. She seeks to expose the interconnectivity between the politics of sexuality and space through the disruption of society’s symptomatic understandings of them. Her proposals aim to provide the necessary unraveling of collective narratives surrounding social constructs through the evocation of tension, sentiment, queering and hypothesis so new future potentialities may be found.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE FUNAMBULIST MAGAZINE:
– “American Suburbia: Gender Production, Contested Spaces, and Body Exclusion,” in The Funambulist 2 (Nov-Dec 2015) Suburban Geographies.
– “STUDENTS: Of Domesticity and En/Gendered Space,” in The Funambulist 2 (Nov-Dec 2015) Suburban Geographies.