To understand how the climate crisis may provide a vocabulary to think (with) the body and the gesture, and how tuning in with and to the environment can inform a sensuous position of the body within political crises. The intention was to imagine agency from our embedded positions as subjects of anthropogenic climate change.
What are alternative ways of queer resistance that make an impact in the world without taking such a toll on the mental health of people who choose to do activism? A social-artistic investigation visualized by a series of illustrated textile pieces with the objectives of educating and starting a conversation about activism fatigue.
Handmade painted ceramic project where I illustrate imaginary myths of queerness and queer love.
In ancient times, myths were created to explain natural or social phenomena. Many times involving supernatural beings or events. If queerness was mainstream in ancient western societies, what sort of myths would be created to explain it?