How to be Vulnerable is an ongoing project (varying in media and format) focusing on my personal interest of what it means to be queer and an exploration of androgyny, queer sex, flagging and semiotic relationships. Furthermore, it is an examination of the internal, sexual, and physical aspects of queer bodies, kink culture, and gay sex.
How to be Vulnerable
Colored pencil and dried rose on paper
Active and Passive Semiotics 2018-19
Take a Seat, 2019
Silkscreen, Found Chair