Ink it in forever.
Tattoos are a proud reflection of identity, diversity and non-conformity for many queer, and neuro-diverse people.
In a new work by queer artist and activist Alison Bennett, SKIN takes the form of a large-scale photographic artwork that wraps the skin of tattooed neuro-diverse LGBTQIA+ people over the walls of Trades Hall and the digital facade of Fed Square.
It's all about the values that are important to us – the importance of affirming personal identity, individuality, and the rejection of gender constructs. And it’s about a big, fabulous artwork, of course.
SKIN is a proud, indelible statement of non-conformity and self-expression - and what could be more Fringe than that?
This project is supported by Lesbians Inc.