Todd Fuller - 'Idaho - they're only words'

Video art exhibition in Black Box Projects

An investigation of the consequences of language on a young queer community.

Art Exhibition previously on at MAY SPACE in Waterloo precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 16 May 2018 to Saturday 02 June 2018

Todd Fuller - 'Idaho - they're only words' image

Published by MAY SPACE on Sunday 13 May 2018.
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Starting in 2004, IDAHOBIT (17 May) has established itself as the most important international day for LGBTIQA+ communities and as a monumental International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism & Transphobia. In recognition of this important day, MAY SPACE is screening ’they’re only words’ an early film by Todd Fuller and collaborator Amy Hill. Created in 2010, the young artists animate slurs and other verbal assaults they endured on the bodies of their peers to manifest the physical scars created by discriminatory words. ’They’re only words’ was recently included in “The Unflinching Gaze” a groundbreaking exhibition of male representation in the photographic medium presented by Bathurst Regional Gallery.