‘Stygian Stones’ is a collection of portraits that tell a story of queer depression and survival in a toxically masculine society. The portraits are accompanied by a cinematic short film that was filmed and edited by Glen David Wilson.
The exhibition is free and open to the public and can be found on the walls of the Visy Theatre Foyer at the Brisbane Powerhouse and is part of the visual arts component of MELT 2019 - Festival of Queer Arts and Culture.
Join me at the Brisbane Powerhouse on Friday 28th June from 7:30PM onwards, for the launch party of MELT.
See the collection here.