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Reality Cabaret: On Juliana Huxtable

by McKenzie Wark

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“The trans-image mostly exists to comfort the cis by figuring the limit case of what the cis body is not. The cis gaze reads the trans body through a grid marked by a lust-disgust axis and a pity-envy axis. Pity and disgust are the public, daytime cis gaze; envy and lust are their private, nighttime doubles.”

In this article, author McKenzie Werk examines the work of artist Juliana Huxtable and how their work relates to trans visibility.

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Creator:

McKenzie Wark

Linked to:

E-Flux Journal

Year:

2020

Language:

English

Tagged:

Art, Resistance, Sexism, Sexuality, Transness

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