This exhibition explores and serves as a platform for gender identities that fall outside, or don’t conform to, a gender binary. Beautiful photographic portraits made as glass plates using a 19th century technique (wet plate collodion) are accompanied by sound recordings of the sitters' interviews.
Both the interviews and the photoshoots are a collaboration, providing the participants with creative freedom and agency over how they wish to be portrayed and allowing for each model to express their own identity.
Find out more about the artist Daniel Barter.
Proud Eden, 29 September
This exhibition is on during Proud Eden, an evening of music, performance, and talks as a celebration of LGBTQ culture. Find out more and get tickets.