Nick Seth Hemenway

Artist, administrator, and curator.

D.I.Y. Sexual Satisfaction

About this survey: This is an anonymous survey, meaning you cannot be identified when you respond unless you type identifying information into the response. Purpose: I’m an artist looking to create illustrations in a section of a zine entitled “D.I.Y. Sexual Satisfaction.” I will select answers and do small illustrations for them with a possibility of quoting your response. If you would like to know more about the zine, or when it will be finished, contact queercozmos@gmail.com.

D.I.Y. Sexual Satisfaction

About this survey: This is an anonymous survey, meaning you cannot be identified when you respond unless you type identifying information into the response. Purpose: I’m an artist looking to create illustrations in a section of a zine entitled “D.I.Y. Sexual Satisfaction.” I will select answers and do small illustrations for them with a possibility of quoting your response. If you would like to know more about the zine, or when it will be finished, contact queercozmos@gmail.com.

Roman Ondak - Spirit and Opportunity – 2004The surface of Mars recreated on the gallery floor

Roman Ondak - Spirit and Opportunity – 2004
The surface of Mars recreated on the gallery floor

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Guillermo del Toro’s sketches for Pan’s Labryinth

Guillermo del Toro’s sketches for Pan’s Labryinth

Félix González-Torres, Untitled (Loverboy), 1990."In the mid-1980s, the spread of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the underlying cause of AIDS, had begun to reap its deadly harvest within the gay community. Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) created "Untitled (Loverboy)" in 1990 as his long-time partner Ross Laycock was dying from AIDS. The piece is deceptively simple: a stack of pale blue paper sat on the gallery floor and visitors followed instructions by taking a sheet as they walked by. As time passed, the stack of paper gradually diminished, the disappearance of which could be understood as a touching allegory of the slowly disappearing body of Gonzalez-Torres’s partner. The artist said: “I wanted to make something that would disappear completely.” 

Félix González-Torres, Untitled (Loverboy), 1990.

"In the mid-1980s, the spread of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the underlying cause of AIDS, had begun to reap its deadly harvest within the gay community. Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) created "Untitled (Loverboy)" in 1990 as his long-time partner Ross Laycock was dying from AIDS. The piece is deceptively simple: a stack of pale blue paper sat on the gallery floor and visitors followed instructions by taking a sheet as they walked by. As time passed, the stack of paper gradually diminished, the disappearance of which could be understood as a touching allegory of the slowly disappearing body of Gonzalez-Torres’s partner. The artist said: “I wanted to make something that would disappear completely.” 

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Amalia Mesa-Bains, An Ofrenda for Dolores del Rio, 1991.

Amalia Mesa-Bains, An Ofrenda for Dolores del Rio, 1991.

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