This painting series by TIC uses floral structures as a compositional framework in order to take the viewer into a state of wonder, beauty, and seduction.
With nods to the same motifs of excess, kitsch, and camp often found in ancient displays of worship, this series serves as a contemporary temple devoted to the celebration of queer intimacy, history, and life.
Chuka Okoye is a self taught artist from Anambra state, Nigeria.
One euro for a flame / Otherwise it will be too dark / For God to see you
what if we have to leave our place? do we leave loved ones behind? where will we live from now on? …
A series of paintings depicting queer narratives through mythological figures.
Jason Dunne’s photo-series explores monstrosity, captivity and the pain of anonymity.
Québécois artist Emmanuel Laflamme explores the absurdity of the status quo through his satirical collage series. Here myth, religion, and popular culture splinter and become precarious.
Polish photographer Bolek Wanat’s disorienting photo-series draws our attention to the unseen and imperfect structures that surround us.
it takes a lot to kill a fern
delicate filigree masking
His works explore identity, situating auto-biographical narratives, within collective histories. Blending both personal and found source material together, he attempts to complicate where the personal begins, and the collective ends …