‘Skewed/Silenced’ self-portrait by Natasha Tareen: 2021, oil paint.
‘Luna Sangrante’ by M. Constance: 2021, digital art.
‘Angel of Death’ by Taylah Livanes: 2021, digital painting.
“Queer: Stories from the NGV Collection” is at the NGV in Melbourne until 21 August 2022, free entry to all.
A visual interview with Jamie Cardillo
A series by Sophia Thompson
Music is universal; it can simultaneously bring people together and tear them apart. Recently in pop music, we have seen a rising emphasis on the importance of feminism, sisterhood, and girl power.
The drawings came from a state of bliss and expansion, the type of clarity and creativity that would come about after orgasms.
Creative piece ‘Remix’ by Jasmine Ryan: 2020, paper, glue, and Photoshop.
There is a certain vulnerability that circulates women-based needs and gratification, specifically the independence and initiative needed to meet those needs.