Queer visuality reviews the history of transgressive practices within queer photography and film from the 19th century to the present. Topics include documentary strategies within the genre of queer photography, work of queer identified photographic artists, lesbian and gay semiotics and signifiers as well as the role photography has played within gay rights and AIDS activism.
The projects produced by last semester’s students Alexis Ruiseco, Colin Vitale, Oscar Rivera and Tanner Abel were published in two online magazines: DotPhotoZine (January 31, 2016) and Bullet (January 26, 2016).
In our dynamic world, art reflects conditional reality, and design contributes to further development of global societies. At Parsons School of Design, rigorous practice and critical scholarship prepares students to become leading agents of commentary and change.
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