James Unsworth makes work about desire. He researches the print history of girth and mirth organisations and early bear culture to use as source material, either as compositions for drawings or raw materials for collage. As well as using archive materials he uses contemporary models to insert fat queer bodies into art history. He explores the intermingling of queer, print and art history and the connections/contrasts that exist between the past and present, questioning current ideas around beauty, sex and masculinity.
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