Desire is a complex state of mind and being that has been experienced by each and every one of us for something, someone, or somewhere throughout our lives. For this issue, we explore how your desires affect you, your art, and your emotions.
Works for Desire will continue being considered until January 28th in all categories of art, film, music, photography, and writing!
She finds an interesting juxtaposition in telling her stories through a skill so entwined with feminine piety, all upon a canvas that is historically sexual in both its iconography (simultaneously enhancing and masking sexuality) as well as its proximity to the previous owner’s flesh.
“Homosexuality does not exist in China.” This is modern China’s stance on lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) identities. When it does, national authorities turn a blind eye to their activities, so long as these are not reflected publicly.
It’s summer in the city. You bring the beach towels, the cheap ones that pill and shed blue lint over our stomachs, and we ride the train all the way to the outskirts. It’s empty in the subway. The bottoms of our thighs stick to the seats.