Ripley Fletcher‘Queer Eyes’
Large scale, mixed media on salvaged acrylic panelling. Exploring societies view on queer spaces and the feeling of being observed.
mixed media, on acrylic panelling / 2021
performance / 2021
Whilst working on these pieces, Ripley Fletcher and Eva Sedgwick-Coward collaborated on another piece for the exhibition. This can be viewed here.
Still from a performance piece incorporating body-paint, acrylic painting and videography, Looking at the creation of fantasy & escapism within the LGBTQ+ community.
“Queer spaces, the feeling of being observed and the creation of fantasy escapism within the LGBTQ+ community.”
Acrylic painting on salvaged glass. Exploring the non-binary body and gender fluidity informed by the work of Juno Birch and Judith Butler.
glass and acrylic paint / 2021
Ripley Fletcher, Queer Eyes, Experiential Gunk & FluiDiety