Forrest Lawson

Forrest Lawson draws on the historical uses of abjected blood, as it’s tied to Queer identity, from the AIDs crisis through present uses of socio-political tools that continue to relegate Queerness. As an interdisciplinary artist, he draws from Queer and feminist theory to inform sculpture, print, and book arts that align with activist and liberatory practices. He has been awarded the grand prize of ArtFields 2019 and has continued to exhibit and attend residencies both nationally and internationally.

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