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The ambivalence of queer visibility in audio- visual archives
Dagmar Brunow

exposure which can turn into agency. These examples show that minor archivists are highly reflective when navigating the ambivalence of queer visibility. Queer minor archives are also able to engage with their respective communities when trying to find solutions for archival challenges. FRAMING The shift from analogue footage to digital data requires new contextualisations when curating online access. Titles, descriptions, search filters and suggestions for ‘related content’ provide a framework for the reception of the films. One of the earliest lesbian self

in The power of vulnerability