UCL Urban Laboratory


Audio: Sexuality at Home

1 April 2020

We have re-uploaded audio from our Sexuality at Home interdisciplinary workshop in 2012, exploring the relationship between domesticity and sexuality.

Sexuality at Home programme

Recognising that gender has long been an established framework in feminist architectural discourse, the events on 11 and 12 December 2012 showcased humanities and social-science based research that investigates the ways in which sexual subjectivity relates to and plays out in the everyday space of home.

Featuring keynotes from architect and critic Aaron Betsky, and academic Andrew Gorman-Murray.

This event was supported by The Bartlett School of Architecture and UCL Graduate School, in association with the Centre for Studies of Home, The Geffrye Museum of Home, Histories of Home Subject Specialist Network and the UCL Urban Laboratory. 

You can listen to audio from the event below or on Soundcloud.

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There is also a publication that emerged from the event, Sexuality and Gender at Home: Experience, Politics, Transgression (Bloomsbury, 2017), edited by Brent Pilkey, Rachael M. Scicluna, Ben Campkin and Barbara Penner.

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