Rory Midhani is a visual artist primarily exploring Queer life through cardboard dolls, high energy murals, and narrative drawings. His pieces are character-focused with a strong sense of place and story. His work takes the viewer to the places in between the binaries- between masculinity and femininity; reality and imagination; sweetness and sleaze. His work depicts queer and trans people- people who are continually struggling with existing in heteronormative society- living their lives and loving it. He has been featured in publications and exhibitions across Europe and North America and is an artist member of Enter Art Foundation (Germany).
“His drawings, murals and cardboard scenes take an affectionate, comedic peek into Berlin’s darkrooms, shedding light on that “grimy” unknown that outsiders discuss with excited reverence and ignorance. His pieces are a celebration of Queer cruising culture and the minutiae of Berlin’s unique club landscape.” Andrew Cottrill, Berlin Loves You”
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Resident in Can Serrat from the 1 to the 31/05/2019