from DV Grey by Karolyn Gehrig

15th January

15th January by Karolyn Gehrig

17th December

17th December by Karolyn Gehrig

26th November

26th November by Karolyn Gehrig

Darkness + Light

Darkness + Light by Karolyn Gehrig

3rd January

3rd January by Karolyn Gehrig

Mid September ’10

Mid September '10 by Karolyn Gehrig

Processed with VSCOcam with a2 presetKarolyn Gehrig is a queer disabled artist, writer, advocate and performer known for creating #HospitalGlam, a social media based movement which uses site specific self photography to reclaim clinical space and boost disabled voices. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, The Guardian, and many more outlets. This year, she presented at Stanford’s Medicine X, BinderCon and attended a reception at the White House for Women’s History Month. She currently lives in Los Angeles, where she performs at storytelling shows and moderates a semi-active hummingbird feeder. This suite is part of a series called DV Grey, which references both the flattened affect built through domestic violence, and the formal properties of most of the pieces (graphite/dove grey paper). They’re not chronological, to heighten disorientation and disruption.


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