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

exhibition context.17 National film archives and queer minor archives tend to host impressive collections of books, fanzines, press cuttings, flyers and posters, which would provide a historical context for the film footage, embedding it in its (sub)cultural framework. CONCLUSION The archival recognition of LGBTQ pasts leads to an increased queer visibility, but requires an ongoing reflection about the resulting risk of vulnerability. This chapter has examined this ambivalence of visibility faced by national film archives when trying to create a more inclusive heritage in

in The power of vulnerability