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Underwater wrestling for queers. 2012. This piece was made in collaboration with Maya Bookbinder in 2012 for the INSTALL:WeHo pop-up, interactive art festival which highlights the collective work of the LGBTQ community in the Greater Los Angeles area. It was a performance piece inviting a mostly queer audience to witness themselves and others wrestle underwater with goggles. The intention was to investigate queer bodies and how their gender signifiers (clothing) change under water. The video was then installed into the back of a U-haul truck and exhibited in West Hollywood.

Underwater wrestling for queers. 2012. This piece was made in collaboration with Maya Bookbinder in 2012 for the INSTALL:WeHo pop-up, interactive art festival which highlights the collective work of the LGBTQ community in the Greater Los Angeles area. It was a performance piece inviting a mostly queer audience to witness themselves and others wrestle underwater with goggles. The intention was to investigate queer bodies and how their gender signifiers (clothing) change under water. The video was then installed into the back of a U-haul truck and exhibited in West Hollywood.

   
  
 
  
    
  
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      Underwater wrestling for queers. 2012.    This piece was made in collaboration with Maya Bookbinder in 2012 for the   INSTALL  :WeHo pop-up, interactive art festival which highlights the collective work of the LGBTQ community in the Greater Los Angeles area. It was a performance piece inviting a mostly queer audience to witness themselves and others wrestle underwater with goggles. The intention was to investigate queer bodies and how their gender signifiers (clothing) change under water. The video was then installed into the back of a U-haul truck and exhibited in West Hollywood.