The Brooklyn-based nonbinary artist discusses their recent foray into weaving and how photographs can challenge the seemingly static images in our minds.
The trans nonbinary artist, writer, and game designer employs data as their medium to expand on the broader “garden” and the often violent ways in which we preserve its beauty.
The trans artist, curator, and singer unpacks the abstract regulations imposed on the body by gender binaries and geography.
“Without my gender and racial identity or my ‘total being,’ my work does not exist,” says the multidisciplinary artist and trans woman.
The trans nonbinary Indigenous artist uses text-based printmaking to challenge the ways in which institutions extract from marginalized artists and their labor.
Through rap music, performances, textile work, and curated assemblages and installations, the artist dissolves identity-based dichotomies.
The Brooklyn-based trans woman and interspecies artist creates installations that invite solidarity with all living beings.
“I propose the potential of expressing care by being nearby — in proximity to — one another,” says the Singaporean trans nonbinary artist.
The Missouri artist’s work channels physical and emotional refuge as a means of resisting panic during the fight for trans survival.
The Detroit-based nonbinary artist breathes new life into customs and traditions, giving them a space to grow with the diaspora.
“It feels like an (un)learning,” the LA-based artist says of its practice. “It’s an unresolved process, and it’s part of how I understand the world around me.”
In an interview with Hyperallergic, the Brooklyn-based nonbinary artist shares new sculptures inspired by the tension between the material and the spectral.