Lucas LaRochelleCA/QCQueering The Map
Lucas LaRochelle (they/them) is a designer and researcher whose work is concerned with queer and trans digital cultures, community-based archiving, and co-creative media. They are the founder of Queering The Map, a community generated counter-mapping project for digitally archiving LGBTQ2IA+ experience in relation to physical space. They have lectured, facilitated, and exhibited internationally, recently at the Guggenheim Museum, Interaccess, Gallery Tata, and many more. They have presented research at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, and the University of Cambridge, amongst other academic institutions. Their work and writing has been published in selected publications such as Queer Sites in Global Contexts, Atlas Menor #1, and QUEER.ARCHIVE.WORK #3. In 2019, they were the inaugural Curatorial Fellow at The Curatorial and Public Scholarship Lab. They have been in residence at Ada X, Social Service Club, MUTEK AI Art Lab and The Fine Arts Reading Room, and received the 2021 CQAM/Turbulent Residency.