AA Bronson, Self-Disclosures, 2012
Digital Pigment print on cotton-rag paper
42 x 30cm
Edition of 50, signed and numbered
£120 (ICA Red Members £90)
One of a pair of limited editions by AA Bronson
The wilderness has been associated with masculinity since the early nineteenth century. In The Call of The Wild and Self-Disclosures, Bronson has used wilderness as a backdrop for the introduction of characters that live outside of heterosexual suburban life.
"This deviant character finds its mirror in the queer behaviour of wild animals: They lurk in the parklands, and their questionable presence is monitored by authorities. In circles of queer witches, we find another model: gathering naked in the moonlight in forest clearings, their secret rituals charged with sexual energies, their deviance lies in their deference to nature. Unlike the 'masculine' park rangers and boy scouts, they do not challenge nature, but join with it." – AA Bronson
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