• Summer Leavitt: We have a future, perhaps.

    “We have a future, perhaps.” is a collection of seeking origins and creating, documenting, archiving moments of the artist’s own queer existence and queer desire to prolong them, find representation, take herself into the future.

  • Darya Kharabi: No Different From Your Other

    Suffering in a medical context as a woman has historically been dismissed and looked over; one recognizable form is in the history of breast cancer.

  • Gray Swartzel: Mother Tongue No. II

    Upon coming across a home video that presents both his pregnant mother and the artist as a newborn, Gray Swartzel performs a slapstick drag persona of his mother in order to queer his existence prior to birth.