Art Guide Australia: Tattoos are more than SKIN DEEP in NAS Queer Contemporary
Article by Tracey Clement
The Mardi Gras festival kicks off on 19 February and NAS Queer Contemporary, at the National Art School, is once again contributing visual spice to the program. This year, SKIN DEEP features the tattooed bodies and intimate stories of LGBTQI+ people in a series of performances and two exhibitions.
In SKIN DEEP the exhibition, Sydney-based fashion photographer WADED presents photographic portraits of LGBTQI+ bodies. Her subjects come in all shapes and sizes, but they share a passion for tattoos and a willingness to flash their flesh. Visitors are invited to participate in the exhibition by sharing their own tattoo tales to an interactive story wall.
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