Untitled (Larry and Bobby Kissing) is a series of performances and public art that adapts a 1979 black-and-white photograph by Robert Mapplethrope of a kiss between leather men. Recasting Larry and Bobby in each iteration results in differences of queer representation and intimacy—two ideas explored through living history.


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Performance 3
Performance 2
Performance 1
Public Art

The public art campaign will target and expose Generation Z, 18- to 23-year-olds to queerness at an age when tolerance and acceptance can be formative. I'm currently working on a 12-month, social media plan with a marketing agency to be launched in 2022. The science is such that we can match a video clip from Untitled (Larry and Bobby Kissing) to their liking and/or serve-up something that would broaden their experience. This series advances the historic, social-engagement campaigns of Gran Fury—Read My Lips and Kissing Doesn't Kill: Greed and Indifference Do—by reaching a broader audience online instead of outdoors. Fundraising campaign to be announced.