This exhibition explores queer culture and mental health as a means to express diverse cultural identities, which have been historically marginalised by societal pressures such as alienation, stigma, and ableism. The works encompass photography, video, installation, digital collage, sound sculpture, and performance; each expressing the human condition through personal and collective experiences around sex, gender, race, politics, and physical and mental health.

Utilising art’s ability to affect us on social, emotional and cognitive levels, this grouping of artworks seeks to raise awareness, build empathy, and spur communication about the ways we portray, reflect, and place value upon ourselves and others in various intersectional communities.

- Lizz Brady

C'est La Vie - Leon Clowes
00:00 / 02:48
Days of future past - Leon Clowes
00:00 / 01:56
Voices in my head - Leon Clowes
00:00 / 02:04

Luke Beech will perform the online space, rather than perform for the online space.

Visit the Residency page for more information and to see Luke's responses to this exhibition