‘Do I seduce you?’ is a memoir piece that explores feminism, gender, and Tarzan’s experience as a queer-bodied human finding a voice. Sometimes there are no words or blurbs that can sum up the explosion of confusion that comes from within, the juices that need to leak out. This exhibition ‘Do I seduce you?’ becomes the language to an unexplainable body.
Intrigued? go on treat yourself.
Buy a queer zine or some nipple-freeing art. Temp yourself to enter the media room. Let your eyeballs get lost in the images and text on the walls. Spend time with the pastel pink antique toilet bowl. Ask yourself ‘did I seduce you?’
This exhibition opens before Fringe begins, on June 25. Click the BUY NOW link for more details.
Tarzan JungleQueen is a multi-disciplinary, queer, non-binary artist living in Darwin. They bring together graphic art, collage, photography, film and screenprint to create works that deconstruct ideas of gender, the patriachy and ‘the self’ often fighting for mother nature and feminism. Tarzan investigates their own body and gender journey with a distant lens – finding it quite erotic to be both the observer and the observed.