Through sharing individual experiences, this work honestly and openly portrays a community that is often overlooked, fetishized, or misrepresented. It raises a dialogue about the fluidity of gender and the ways in which our current societal structure does not allow for variations outside of the mainstream. In an effort to increase understanding, these images portray issues unique to the transgender community while also highlighting the shared experience of being human.
Artist: Jess T. Dugan
Contributors: Dawoud Bey, essay; Anthony Scibilia, interview with Jess T. Dugan
Publisher: Griffin Museum
Date of publication: 2012
Number of pages: 23
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