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20 x 24 inch inkjet print

Edition of 1/2 available

$300 unframed


Artist Statement:


where i end, u belong started as an investigation of gender identity through conversations with friends and capturing how they see themselves. This process eventually turned into a self-meditative experience that offered me clarity on how I see myself and how the confines of gender have affected those around me. Through communal queer kinships and spaces, I captured joy, yearning and uncertainty.




Christina Oyawale is a Black non-binary disabled lens-based Tkaronto/Toronto artist and curator. They hold a BFA in Photography from Toronto Metropolitan University. Their artistic focus is documenting radical occupation of space. Oyawale strives for community engagement by creating conversations that pertain to the human condition, growth, rebirth and investigations of self. Their practice includes but is not limited to experimental video, photography and installation.

Christina Oyawale, where i end, u belong, 2020

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