written, designed, and performed

by Gabriele Uboldi 

Following the steps of controversial Italian activist Mario Mieli, queer artist Gabriele Uboldi embarks on a digital and site-specific journey to 1970s LGBTQ+ London. Reflecting on Mieli’s heritage and his own queer migration, Uboldi unearths the hidden sites of a history that is both personal and political, exploring notions of queerness and belonging.

Exploring the connection between space and memory, LONDON / LONDRA is an online project that can be accessed both remotely and in an immersive way through geo localisation technologies.



A "compelling", "exciting", "accessible" and "radical attempt at empathy"

Poltern Magazine

"With the wealth of information I had acquired through archival research and interviews with living GLF activists, I wanted to ask: what does a queer city look like? And, through my own experience of moving to post-Brexit Britain, I wanted to raise other questions such as: who is welcome in this city? Who is being excluded?"

– Gabriele Uboldi, on our blog

Read Gabriele Uboldi's blog post in full:

LONDON / LONDRA has been programmed as part of:

The Peltz Gallery's

INTO VIEW Festival

September 23rd, 3pm (FREE)

The Bloomsbury Festival

October 20th, 7pm (FREE)

Plus an interview with Gabriele Uboldi

and Bloomsbury Radio

Poltern Magazine

Plus an interview with Gabriele Uboldi