Fetishising the longing for someone.
Interest in queer space that exists in the digital and liminal.
These truths are removed from binaries and structures which derive from the physical world.
Our question is to think about what queer spaces look like in a climate of control.
What do queer safe spaces now look like? Creating a new world that provides sanctity for community, one which doesn’t have place or name.
Allowing the work to exist within its own truth.
To feel safe to explore queer love.
The poetic storytelling of digital romance – new ways of loving.
Privilege of intimate moments.
Technology distorts sexiness – bittersweet realness but not realness.
This project poses the question of whether or not predictable narratives are even attainable when we exist within the limitations of a minoritarian identity.
We are used to reduction in the form of ‘othering’.
This space is for breath.
By Georgia Sims @georgiasims_
Script by Marley-Rose Liburd @marleyroseliburd
Sound by Frazer Healey @djcronicle_official
All You Have Left of Me
Did you get them?
Close up of phone and character swiping through images.
Close up of phone screen on FaceTime with one character dancing and the other character asleep. Commenting on time difference and distance.
Close up of the characters embracing in their kiss.