by Sorin Oncu
Apparently the reasoning for discriminating against sexual minorities and the arena in which it occurs and is experienced, refers to public perceptions and does not refer to private events, which when committed in public are punishable "unconditionally" as indecent exposure. Laws that prevent sexual minorities obtaining equal status, however, are drawn up in order to prevent the acknowledgement of their public and private existence in society.
The hybrid between the Altar Table and the City Hall civil ceremony table reflects the specific connection between the religious and the political, distinctive for the Romanian ethos, criticizing the authorities for committed discriminations but also the discriminated, who anonymously without commitment craves for equal rights.
|Tags||found object, gender, political, subversive|