Saturday Queerfish making

I’ve gathered new materials and I’m making Queerfish again.

I’ve always loved this project, and I’m planning to create a new installation piece incorporating the sculptures and writing work. I visualise the Queerfish hung around the walls and ceiling, surrounded by drawings of the project and ocean sounds. I’d also love to have the short story printed on the wall, or maybe read out while people are looking at the sculptures.

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Queerfish

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Queerfish

2010

Sculpture & Installation

 

Queerfish are lovingly hand crafted fabric sculptures. Part jellyfish, part lingerie, part sequin! Queerfish made their debut at the Kensal Flea in November 2010.

Queerfish explores common gender signifiers sewn together as jellyfish. They originated from a short story of mine in my book, ‘Teeth of a Lock’, in which several friends go swimming in the sea and their clothes become jellyfish in the water. The story and work has transgender themes, largely focussed on how our appearance and our clothes may suggest a particular gender.

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Queerfish


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What is a ‘Queerfish’, you may ask?
Well, I’ll start by giving you an extract from my new book, Teeth of a Lock;’

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You can pre-order the book here, for the special price of £7. You can also order your own lovingly handmade Queerfish along with a copy of the book, for just £39.99!

 

 

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Queerfish are lovingly hand crafted fabric sculptures. Part jellyfish, part lingerie, part sequin! They made their debut at the Kensal Flea in November 2010, and have been an ongoing project.
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