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A 53-page selection of the on-going project at, which documents the day-to-day lives of transmasculine identified individuals who have mailed disposable cameras to me with journal-like entries of the most important parts of their day to day lives. This project aims to re-humanize this small section of the transgender community (those who identify as transmasculine specifically) and has created incredible discussion on my campus, as this book was intended to portray a selection of the project for my Senior Thesis Exhibition at the Tang Museum, Skidmore College, May 2013.


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Skylar Kergil
skergil Boston, MA
Among all else, I am a musician, artist, poet, and activist (especially within and for the transgender community) originally from the Boston area, but now quite nomadic around the northeast. After graduating from Skidmore College with a degree in studio art May of 2013, I'll be taking a year off before applying to MFA programs so that I can work on and finish some projects, including writing a book of memoirs and recording an album. All love and light. Youtube: Facebook: Tumblr: Rehumanizing Project: Twitter:

Fecha de publicación  01 de mayo de 2013

Dimensiones  Apaisado estándar  52 páginas Papel premium, acabado satinado

Categoría  Arte y fotografía

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