Produced on the occasion of …(illegible)…, an exhibition that explored queer abstraction as a contemporary conceptual methodology. The term ‘queer abstraction’ describes the potential of an artwork to communicate something of lived queer experience(s) through seemingly non-referential, abstract visual language. This position makes space for a critique of the notion that artworks should present as explicitly, legibly queer according to signs or qualities allocated to the art-historical category of Queer Art.
Curated by Andrew Atchison and including artists Briony Galligan, Mathew Jones, Paul McKenzie, John Meade, Fiona Macdonald and Scott Redford.
Designed by Paul Mylecharane.