YULAN GRANT !

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WHA GWAAN?

urheadismine:

WEEK 1 

Sam Banks.

Peter Fankhauser.

Raul De Nieves.

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A.C. Institute

527 West 27 Street, New York, NY

July 31st, 2014

6:00 - 9:00

https://www.facebook.com/events/1444297175837853

^ c u soon ^

urheadismine:

UR HEAD IS MINE, is a meeting of bodies for nights of revenge.

An intimate summer performance series that brings together [ gay and_or brown and_or fluid ] artists for nights of actions fueled by frustration. This is a takeover of spaces that we have historically been excluded from. We want to create an environment that facilitates the gathering of our communities, and a platform to voice our collective disillusionment with the systems we operate within. This is four (4) intensive weeks with no theoretical parameters, just our bodies at play.

///SUMMER NIGHTS WILL INCLUDE\

aggression

 

intellectualism

 

agency

 

screaming matches

 

ASS

 

planetary retrogrades

readings

carrying

 

LOOKS


- Gathering in the places that don’t want us

                                            can’t stand us

                                                   can’t take y’all nowhere.

CURATED BY : YOLENE + YULAN GRANT

UNCUT COCK

Listening to Sonia Nazario

VIA PGH A/V SELECTS : YULAN GRANT

VIA PGH A/V SELECTS : YULAN GRANT

3D Character Sketch

GIF excerpt from Apocalypse Medley 

BD GRMMR (pronounced BAD GRAMMAR) was in included in Queer Zines 2 by A.A. Bronson and Phillip Aarons.

Queer Zines 2 offers a visually arresting, intellectually provocative, and unashamedly sexy take on the rich output of contemporary queer zinemakers. Including both an expanded focus on overlooked ‘historical’ publications dating from the early 70s onward, as well as extensive entries charting a new generation of queer zinesters, this second volume offers a broad survey of the vibrant and evolving medium.

Queer Zines 2 includes over a dozen new essays, including writing by Bruce LaBruce, Edie Fake, K8 Hardy, Scott Treleaven, and more. Reflecting the authors’ deep belief in the urgency and vitality of zines as an individual and collective forum, these essays offer both personal and critical assessments of independent queer publishing as an important agent in shaping identity, establishing community, and altering the course of culture more generally.

Published and available at Printed Matter

HOOD BY AIR: TRANS Process Film

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This is what I did for NYFW.

Video Production for the runway presentation.

Fixed. theme by Andrew McCarthy