Homo-Sighting: Consent and Refusal of Queer Performance in Ryan Danny Owen's Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow
Winner of the M:ST and Luma Quarterly Critical Writing Prize
Essay for Luma Quarterly, Vol. 4, Issue 014. Writing on queer identity and the complex history of when we choose to be seen, and when we refuse to. Text on the performance work of Calgarian emerging artist Ryan Danny Owen, that considers the life of late singer/songwriter Freddie Mercury, and L.A.-based artist William E. Jones' video works Mansfield and Tearoom.
Read the essay here on Luma Quarterly.