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Imagining Sight Lines is a body of photographs, collages, and writing that teases out the poetics of a queer body politic. The different methods of picture making disrupt a set of relational codes that are naturalized by heterosexuality, and thus create a queer logic. This sort of world making attends to coherence, disjunctures, care and labor.
Giancarlo Montes Santangelo is an artist born in New York. He received his BFA in Visual Arts from SUNY Purchase College and was recently exhibited at the 2019 Whitney Bienniel. In 2018, he joined the Peace Corps and began teaching English and Photography in South Africa. His work weaves writing and photographs in order to tease out the poetics queerness.
Published by Monolith
First Edition of 400
170 × 230 mm