Towards a queer ulteriority
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This report outlines the evolution of three year's (2014-2017) of research and practice investigating the objectification and representation of queer sexuality, while tracing the conceptual development and framework supporting my most current work included in "Trouble", the 2017 MFA Thesis Exhibition. I discuss three major projects "GAK Portraits", "Director/Subject (or foreplay"), as well as my recent MFA Thesis work, "Untitled (big toe)" and "Ulterior Subjects 1&2" as I attempt to lay-out the discursive methodological approaches and art-historical and/or theoretical significance employed in them all. The purpose of this report is twofold: to map the evolution of my graduate studies and research while at the University of Texas at Austin, and to position the work within a trajectory stemming from the history and narrative of pedagogical and/or research-based art practices.