Brisbane-based artist Callum McGrath utilises screen based media to ‘disidentify’ binary representations of queer male sexuality. His practice disrupts queer representations of sexuality by exploring the in-between space in queer male identity. Predominately focused on video, McGrath’s work is influenced by queer history as a process of cultural inheritance, yet it challenges this process by representing queerness on the screen in a state of flux. His practise considers the importance, problems and limitations in inheriting both queer and lineal pasts.
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