Monthly Archives: August 2010

“Worse than Queer” SFCamerawork show featured in SF Guardian

Matt Sussman from the San Francisco Guardian featured Suggestions of a Life Being Lived in the Fall Arts Preview Issue. Thanks, Matt! We hope this brings people to the gallery on September 9th for our opening reception. (Photo from Aay Preston Myint’s SMILE).

Check out the preview and the other exciting Bay Area art events here.


Suggestions of A Life Being Lived, Press Release

Suggestions of Life Being Lived, guest curated by Danny Orendorff and Adrienne Skye Roberts, presents queerness as a set of political alliances and possibilities, informed by the projects of 16 artists working in photography, film, video, activism and education. Untethered to institutions of sexual or gender normativity and in pursuit of greater freedoms, the work in this exhibition represents queer activism, intentional and imagined communities, self-determinism, and DIY alternative world-making.

Suggestions of Life Being Lived
begins from a place of ‘outness’ and¬†considers how a sense of liberated queerness is pursued and mediated within public spaces and behaviors. Less concerned with catergorical sexual identities or coming-out narratives, this exhibition presents work that looks outward towards collective and resistant expressions of queer community existing outside of dominant gay and lesbian culture.

Featuring works by Steven Miller, Tara Mateik, Killer Banshee Studios, Gay Shame, Kirstyn Russell, Jeannie Simms, Lenn Keller, Mercury Vapor Studios, Falling in love with Chris and Greg, Jason Fritz Michael, Darrin Martin & Torsten Zenas Burns, Eric Stanley & Chris Vargas, Aay Preston Myint and Allyson Mitchell.

Opening reception: Thursday, September 9th 5 – 8 p.m.
September 9 – October 23, 2010
657 Mission Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

Photo credit:¬† NC 17 from Steven Miller’s Reclamations series