Presented by d.talks and the University of Lethbridge.
Over the last few decades, our world has become more diverse, but the man-made world still dominates in all ways. That also means that the world of architecture and interiors is still split. How can we move beyond this inheritance of several millennia? Perhaps by looking at a third space, and at the history of what used to be called the “third sex” to see what contributions queer men and women have made to rethinking inside, outside, and their relation.