A Practice for Everyday Life

Art & Queer Culture explores Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender art and its context within the social and political changes that occurred between 1885 and the present day. The book is broken into three sections: formal illustrated essays, a works section and a contemporary texts section, each designed with their own aesthetic to feel like a collection of found materials. The use of dot screens, pastel coloured paper and fluorescent pink ink throughout the publication recall the tactile nature of counter-culture pamphlets.