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Not found on is a co-written feminist queer knowledge project. THIS SPACE IS CURRENTLY BEING CREATED WITH, BY AND FOR QUEER FEMINIST BODIES.

To include your community you don't have to provide direct personal information to participate, you can register for an account without providing an email address or 'real' name.

Despite this your IP address leaves a trace you can be identified by your location or name on internet contract. Everything you contribute is permanent, as is true of the rest of the 'world wide web' which we inhabit. Be conscious and considerate in what you choose to contribute. Please get consent before including individuals before including information about them. Bodies offline and online are in need of the ability to consent.

Please do not share these pages on commercial social media platforms or publicise with out our consent. This space is created from the desire to escape them.

Take a look at what has already started. If you want to get involved in developing this space email us at hello@notfoundon.org

why

Not Found On is the desire to co-create a ‘space’ to value and share queer arts and social knowlege. Recognising that lgbtqia+ ‘spaces’ are often far more than just bars, just bookclubs, just dances, just sports teams, just a magazine or just performances. They have also been sites of community building, sites of resistance, sites of political organisation, sites of transformation, sites of healthcare, sites of survival and sites of knowledge creation. This 'space' is to celebrate knowledge created through subjective lived experience of (some) queer bodies. Asking how can we record and share these in a meaningful way for our communities? What can we learn from each other?

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How can you find pages on Not Found On? Example Ways to Navigate

  1. know the name of page (sharing the name of the page)
  2. click through from other page
  3. use property list
  4. Projects that need people
  5. looking similar projects
  6. directory /resources
  7. events

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Ways to you can build this community...

  1. add or edit existing page
  2. start a new page
  3. add links between pages
  4. add references
  5. add your event
  6. add to directories
  7. report toxic behaviour
  8. set up a meeting to record your community with others
  9. become an admin to help maintain the site
  10. add to the design & structure
  11. join IRL & online meetings to discuss our development
  12. send us feedback & comments for development


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Events

Queer Soap Box Do you have something to share IRL? Share with me @ Open Eye Gallery. To end my residency in Liverpool and to continue the theme of sharing knowledge we want to offer 5 spaces to wonderful people who for 10 mins can present and take questions on creative /socially related actions they are involved in organising / making in Liverpool

RECENT PROJECT

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This page intention is to celebrate nipples and our ability to post pictures of our own nipples and the nipples of others with their explicit consent.

To celebrate that this is a space that the nipples of all genders should not be marginalised.

Also to provoke a wider question on what and how are our bodies and expressions are regulated on other online platforms? And what if any regulation do we want to have on not found on??

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RECENT WORKSHOP

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Tuesday 9th July @ Open Eye Gallery, 19 Mann Island. 6pm - 9pm
What: Queer Soap Box | 16 bodies

Do you have something to share IRL? Share with me @ Open Eye Gallery. To end my residency in Liverpool and to continue the theme of sharing knowledge we want to offer 5 spaces to wonderful people who for 10 mins can present and take questions on creative /socially related actions they are involved in organising / making in Liverpool

Aay Liparoto will start off the evening by sharing the short film Andrew a Strong Courageous Warrior (16'28 | 2016) followed by a brief Q&A about the work and current project.