The Empty Closet, Genessee Valley, New York, 1971, Collections of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
> to be in the closet: do hide one’s homosexuality
> get out of the closet: to disclose one’s homosexuality
> ante-closet: space before the closet, the space where one selects clothes; space for changing – an effect of reappropriations and resignifications without end. It resists the violence of fixed identities by allowing spaces to fold, unfold, and fold again.
in relation to Hery Urbach Texts “Closets, Clothes, disClosure”