Having settled on a direction I’d like to explore, this is how the first shoot went. Continue reading
In A Different Light was a 1995 exhibition of art exploring Queer Identity curated by Lawrence Rinder & Nayland Blake. The following are notes taken from the accompanying book – Continue reading
Melanie Manchot’s (p.18) photographs of her naked mother force us to challenge our perceptions of youth as a physical ideal (Look up John Coplans too) – compare the two. Which is more acceptable? Which is more appealing? Is the older nude male more attractive than the older nude female?
Re-appropriates vintage porn to question gender, identity & queer stereotypes and as a memento mori for those we lost to AIDS contributing to the legacy of gay history. Continue reading
A review of 3 combined exhibitions in America showcasing artists & former artists who lived / died / or dealt with AIDS. Continue reading
“We really love your work, but, uh, AIDS?”, that’s what some guys from galleries told me after they saw my portfolio. Continue reading
A review of Daniel Cardone’s film about HIV survivors
Some words on what it means to be a survivor ‘post-AIDS’