Remembering Bunda Dorce – Indonesia’s first trans superstar
Dorce Gamalama breathed her last breath on the 16th of February 2022. Her figure as a multi-talented star must not only be remembered because it is part of the history of pop culture of our country, but also because Dorce’s life story is inseparable from the history and trajectory of the LGBTIQ+ rights movement in Indonesia.
Broken Pencil Magazine explores the Zines in our collection
Survival and Revival: 40 Years of Queer Indonesian Zines
Queer Indonesia Archive Featured in Anotasi
Check out our article in the recently published Anotasi - Sejarah Edition
Vice Magazine features QIA
Vice magazine features Queer Indonesia Archive and the importance of the early gay publications in our collection.
QIA featured in Reuters
Queer Indonesia Archive was featured in an article by Stanley Widianto through Reuters.
Days with Nina
Inspired by the documents archived by Queer Indonesia Archive, “Days of Nina” is a fictional scrapbook that tells the story of a lesbian couple who found each other through a queer magazine.
Unspoken: Queer Poetry Reading
In collaboration with Queer Indonesia Archive, Unspokoken Poetry Slam invites contemporary Indonesian poets to revisit and read poems written by older Indonesian queer from the 70s - 90s.
Southeast Asia Queer Cultural Festival 2021
Queer Indonesia Archive is proud to take part in the first annual Be/Longings: Southeast Asia Queer Cultural Festival 2021