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These images are stills from videos that I have made that explore the varied complexities and nuances of queer desire, fantasy, and longing.
Juicy Fruit – Bianca and Cat
Juicy Fruit – PJ
Juicy Fruit – Oskar and Grace
Joe’s Corner – Erica and Mey
Lilly Galaxy – Diva Street
Lilly Galaxy – Wrapping
Lilly Galaxy -Pozsi and Gage
Lilly Galaxy – Frank
Tango – Tobias
Aria – Window
Aria – Sleep
Tango – Egg
Tango – Staircase
Maureen Catbagan is a Filipinx American, multi-media artist based in New York whose work engages social collectivity, examines relations between identity and experience, and explores new forms of empowerments. Collaborative projects include Flux Factory and HOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN? Collectives. She has also written critical essays with Dr. Amber Jamilla Musser. She has exhibited in venues such as ARoS Museum in Denmark, Witte de Withe Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam, Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and The Contemporary Museum of Honolulu. Her website is mareencatbagan.com.
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Gallery image with caption: Knitting as Queer Metaphor: A Shawl Pattern by Lola Arellano-Fryer
Gallery image with caption: Julia Justo: Crossroads
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R.I.P. Michael McClure 1932-2020
Established in 2000 and edited by Denise Enck, Empty Mirror is an online literary magazine that publishes new work each Friday.
Each week EM features several poems each by one or two poets; reviews; critical essays; visual art; and personal essays.
- Knitting as Queer Metaphor: A Shawl Pattern by Lola Arellano-Fryer
- Two poems by Jason B. Crawford
- Two poems by Jennifer Cie
- Two poems by Robin Gow
- Tremolo, a poem by G. Metelli
- Melania Geymonat: How the London Bus Attack Shaped Her Views on Homophobia and Sexism
- Julia Justo: Crossroads