OF NEW ZEALAND
Activism & Expression in Image Making
An interview with Tanu Gago
This week Rachel is speaking to Tanu Gago; visual artist and co-founder of Fafswag, a collective of queer indigenous creatives based in south Auckland. Working across interdisciplinary art genres - Fafswag draw on the original queer ballroom scenes of America to bring vogue culture to Aotearoa and provides spaces of self expression for young LGBTQI people of colour.
You can explore the work of Tanu Gago over on his website
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