All tagged Dublin

Issa Olwengo

“As a gay man of Kenyan decent, I have struggled at some stages of my life to satisfy the expectations of the black community, while still staying true to my gay self…”

Mark Grehan

"In my floristry work and in my bouquet work, I am probably more masculine rather than pretty. I see how things are growing and try and reinterpret that".

Dylan Kerr

Each outfit is a placard in protest against taking gender – as it manifests itself in norms around this one aspect of a person's appearance – too seriously. 

Oisin McKenna

"Queerness as a political and cultural identity is really important to my process. In the past couple of years I have more confidence in my queerness and I feel part of a queer community in Dublin".