Taylor’s paintings explore art herstory through reclamation of modernist tropes: diagonals, fractured lines and forms, hessian that speaks to textile histories (specifically Bauhaus weaving), orbs that balance hard lines and vectors. Parallel to the physical act of painting, Taylor believes queerness functions as a medium that is activated by her body, and that Cubism and queer theory share multi-perspectivity; a trait that can encourage non-binary values systems when considering her paintings.

Imogen Taylor

Taylor’s [b.1985, Whangarei, New Zealand ] paintings explore art herstory through reclamation of modernist tropes: diagonals, fractured lines and forms, hessian that speaks to textile histories (specifically Bauhaus weaving), orbs that balance hard lines and vectors. Parallel to the physical act of painting, Taylor believes queerness functions as a medium that is activated by her body, and that Cubism and queer theory share multi-perspectivity; a trait that can encourage non-binary values systems when considering her paintings.

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