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  • Where is your Studio?   ‘Where is your studio?’ is a critical insight into the current climate of gentrification, with the rising costs of studios and cut backs on community spaces, and its impact on artists making art work.     commission for MOVE W I T H (OUT) Krisis 2016
  • Toilet-Talk // ‘there may not be a materiality of sex that is not burdened by the sex of materiality’   part 1: lipsticks and toilet tales. reaching out// contacting strangers and ‘friends’// social media on the internet// receiving lipsticks in the mail//collecting samples from people in intimate/ private / public spaces// interaction, exchanges and details// gathering ideas and intimate objects. Part 2: scoping public toilet space. gathering spots and stories// listed// travelcard and public transport// undercover and inconspicous// ...
  • Queer Capital ‘cleanliness as bodily forgiveness – a desire to be forgiven for having a body’ – the emotional economy of cleanliness*:   Queer Capital: I am currently exploring the body in becoming a subject and object through the impact of theory and how the body works to negotiate and/or resist this objectification. I’m interested in social and architectural structures ...
  • Salon Outre at William Morris Gallery Feb 26 2016 There Is More At Stake Than Just 5 Metres of Cloth: screenprint on silk and cotton, Raju Rage This screenprinted saree is both a question and conversation about contemporary queer South Asian identity in the diaspora and how it relates to erased herstories around the politics of cloth, colonialism and associated migrant labour. The 5 metres ...
  • Queer Capital Installation featuring self-scapes video from Ruptures. Raju Rage, Goldsmiths Group Seminar 2016   images by Shao-Jie Lin and Raju Rage

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