“I propose the potential of expressing care by being nearby — in proximity to — one another,” says the Singaporean trans nonbinary artist.
The Detroit-based nonbinary artist breathes new life into customs and traditions, giving them a space to grow with the diaspora.
The Chicago-based artist reminds us that the art of weaving is just as ancient as the existence of transgender people.
The Philly-based artist discusses his place-based practice, inspirations for community organizing, and hopes for the trans community.
The New York-based nonbinary artist talks about the unseen knowledge and processes behind domestic and food-based labor.
The LA-based trans fem nonbinary artist shares insights on transition, intimacy, and being vulnerable.
Ahead of the exhibition, Hyperallergic spoke to the artist about his images of jazz musicians and everyday Black individuals in moments of closeness and stillness.
The Chicago-based trans nonbinary painter speaks of their relationship to loss, the inspirations behind their canvases, and Dungeons and Dragons.
The artist and curator discusses their recent video works and the ways in which nightlife creates space for queer, trans, Black, and neurodivergent people.
“Queerness, art, and spirituality are integral to my identity, yet they do not confine me,” says the Brazil-born, Berlin-based artist.
“I deeply desire an understanding of manhood that includes tenderness and open-heartedness that is not in opposition to butchness,” said the Brooklyn-based artist.
The Bangladeshi artist, asylum seeker, and LGBTQ+ activist muses about trans queer survival and the unparalleled joy of taking walks near the ocean.