Creating a personal vernacular is exactly what it means to be queer to me. To take apart the ill-fitting wholes and put the pieces back together in a way that displays not only the parts of your body that you love but the parts of your personality, for better or worse, that you love too.
The artist has willfully blurred the supposed distinctions between art, craft, and fashion throughout her career.
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