Ying Que is an anthropologist, facilitator, and a cultural activist. Since 2016, she has been part of Read-in, a collective that experiments with reading and memorizing collectively. She is also co-initiator of the queer collective niet normaal*, which has organized parties in music venue Ekko based on safe space Party Praxis since 2017. Her work combines action research, performance, and program and is situated within the art world, educational organizations, and political communities. As an activist and facilitator or moderator during group processes or conversations, she is committed to a feminist and anti-racist movement. Her current research is concerned with feminist pedagogies, cultural activism, and the colonial legacy of the Netherlands and Indonesia. She was a resident at the KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta, 2019; co-organizer of Elephants in the Room, Assembly for Commoning Art Institutions, Casco Art Institute, Utrecht, 2018; and contributed to CATALOGUE No 3, an immaterial publishing project with Display Distribute, KUNCI and Read-in for Seoul Mediacity Bienniale, Seoul, 2018. Que lives and works in Utrecht and beyond.

Exhibition and public program

14 September 2019–12 January 2020

Trainings for the Not-Yet