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BRING THE BOYS BACK HOME(work in progress)

Antwerp, 2012-ongoing 

While we cannot simply wish away the norms of a given cultural context, neither are we doomed slavishly to repeat them. In our constant performance of gender and sexuality we enact, adapt, and at times challenge the norms that condition us.
Religion generates and sustains some of the most visible norms, and it is no wonder that artists seeking to destabilize these expectations have often revisited the heroes and saints of the religious past in order to read them, for instance, as icons of homosexual desire.
(quote Dr Aaron Rosen, about my work, in Art&Religion in the 21st Century)

BRING THE BOYS BACK HOME(work in progress)

Antwerp, 2012-ongoing 

While we cannot simply wish away the norms of a given cultural context, neither are we doomed slavishly to repeat them. In our constant performance of gender and sexuality we enact, adapt, and at times challenge the norms that condition us.
Religion generates and sustains some of the most visible norms, and it is no wonder that artists seeking to destabilize these expectations have often revisited the heroes and saints of the religious past in order to read them, for instance, as icons of homosexual desire.
(quote Dr Aaron Rosen, about my work, in Art&Religion in the 21st Century)