This project investigates the affects of the pandemic on queer artists and their work. Through a series of interviews and conversations undergraduate researcher Grey Stewart, and graduate mentor Laurence Myers Reese talk with artists about their experiences in making art related to identity and the effects of the pandemic on their practice. The project includes audio and written interviews with artists and will result in the fall with an exhibition at the Barrick Museum of Art. This presentation discusses the in progress findings of the research.
Queerness; Performance; Art; Pandemic
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
What Does Queerness Look Like When No One is Looking?.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/durep_performance/2