Hólmar Hólm

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Exploring the boundaries of gender and gendered expression, these photographs draw on the art of drag and female illusion, combining or conflating them with more traditionally masculine styles. The photographs also allude to queer culture and counterculture, as viewed through a mostly campy mainstream lens, which usually allows for queer representation, but is contrasted here by the minimalist setting and serious atmosphere. The model's direct gaze then challenges the viewer to consider or question their own views of gender and gendered expression, as well as questioning the realities of queer people within this spectrum and within the world of art – a world that often excludes the art of drag for its apparent campiness and ties with popular culture.

Untitled I 2020 Colour Photograph A collaborative project Model: Hólmar Hólm (stage name: Drama Tík) Photographer: Mateusz Kowalczyk
Untitled II 2020 Colour Photograph A collaborative project Model: Hólmar Hólm (stage name: Drama Tík) Photographer: Mateusz Kowalczyk

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Italy
roma
“Whenever the earth is covered with the fragrant, multi-colored flowers of spring, then from the thick darkness you will rise again, a marvelous prodigy for mortal men and gods. Homeric hymn to Demeter, vv. 401 – 403 Kore daughter of Demeter and Zeus spends half of the year underground in the...
Switzerland
Geneva
The substance brute project focuses on what I call a "Traum-a", a place between the dream (Traum in german) and the trauma. Through unrefined poetry and installations, Stéphanie Barbetta questions genders as the result of social pressure.
United Kingdom
London
The focus of Crystal Clean, is to explore the idea that seemingly absolute perfection is a prison and entrapment we unknowingly encase ourselves in.  This crystal shell she lives in is striking and audacious, not easy to miss. It acts as a label slapped across her body to be stared at,...
China - Hong Kong / Macau
Hong Kong
The idea of Unpeeling started with one of the artist’s grandma’s after dinner habits - peeling oranges and share them with her family. The act of peeling oranges symbolizes sharing, connecting and healing. Peeling the orange reveal the vulnerable center, and metaphorically this action exposes the ar...
United Kingdom
Hove
'WHAT IS MINE?' Colonisation of Body, Mind and Culture.

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