Tag Archive for: Glitter Bomb 2015

Marco Garcia Daddy’s Secret Garden fabric, stuffing, faux flowers, pins 28x29x44″(Questions) This is the image for this corner installation that the curators picked. But dimensions given seem smaller than the piece looks. Please check and see if the dimensions are right and the title for this piece is right. Artist Statement Marco Garcia’s is an […]

 Nafis White   Black Gold Through my work I explore issues of politics, identity, race and landscape, using personal narratives to lead and direct the conversation with the viewer. My approach is one that is heavily influenced by conceptualism and aesthetics. I layer the artworks in a way that welcomes the audience by crafting multiple entry […]

Wilma van de Hel   Images removed at the request of the artist. 5 Photos Artist Statment Gender is a theme in my work for many years. I worked a lot with transgenders and femininity. The series I’m working on is about men.I interview men about their personal struggles with masculinity and/or femininity. Parts of […]

William Ulrich   Ulrich – L’Hotel Voyeur 4  L’Hotel Voyeur: An InstallationMy last twenty years have been spent mostly as a painter in a variety of media. I have experimented with mixed media pieces using salvaged materials and even sculpture. My studio is constructed of salvaged doors and beautiful old things that I have saved […]

Courtney Trouble      “Queer In San Francisco,” Digital Photograph, 2013 “Queer Porn Aftercare,” Digital Photograph, 2014 Artist Statement“I’ve removed myself from the labels that no longer define me. I am only calling myself an artist. The context of my art is sexual, political, feminist, shameless, queer, dirty, problematic, confrontational, intellectual, and pornographic.”

Sanh Tran   Untitled No. 70 (Veil) Medium: Photography, Digital C-Print Dimensions: 20” (W) x 30” (H) Bedroom Scene No. 1 Medium: Photography, Digital C-Print Dimensions: 36” (W) x 24” (H) Artist StatementSince relocating to rural, central Pennsylvania from having lived in San Francisco and Los Angeles for most of my life, I am now […]

Sam Thorp         Untitled #1, #2,#3,#4, Digital Prints Size TBD  Artist StatementThis series is a documentation of street installations designed to connect with the queer population and to provoke the privileged population that may be a little too comfortable in their “normalcy”. This utilizes well established D.I.Y. methods of signage and tagging […]

The Water Underground     The Water Underground

Ajuan Mance         The Little Book of Big, Black Bears, and Gender Studies. 2 Zines.  Artist’s Statement: Ajuan ManceAs a queer African American artist who identifies as a gender non-conforming woman, my line of artistic inquiry has, for the last several years, explored the gaze of the gender non-conforming/butch/stud artist on Black […]

Klaus Pinter Untitled 8 x10″ Digital Print Artist Statement Through interactive engagement leading to the transformation of a drawing into collage, the piece shifts into a substantively different level of interpretation.