Warner Ball- Truvada and Doily



Cyanotype on Fabric




1 in stock


Queer art is often associated with angst, liberation, and portrayals of overt sexuality. These approaches by queer artists are crucial in progressing our fight for social equity. My work, however, explores the intersection of queerness and domesticity, reducing sexual stigma and normalizing queer themes. During this shelter-in-place order, I have experimented with cyanotype, which is itself a nod at the novel blue hue of the drug Truvada, a therapeutic drug to considerably limit the transmission of HIV among gay men.