WERE MY PAJAMAS TOO SHORT?

A Photo Series

July 14, 2015
by Suzanne Brown 

 

Brown

 

Brown2

 

 

Brown3

 

Brown4

 

Brown5

 

Brown6

 

About

Suzanne Brown is an artist living and studying in Philadelphia, USA; she is currently working towards her BFA at Tyler School of Art. Formerly a Chinese Intelligence major, Brown’s work is heavily influenced by international sociopolitical issues, such as rape culture, sexism, poverty, and abuse, and has participated in group exhibitions in galleries including Vox Populi and the Louvre. She features her work at suzannebrownphotography.com and occasionally posts on instagram at @svzalien.

 

Recommended

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

The Latest

Editorial Note: Movement

GUTS started in Edmonton in 2013. The idea for a feminist magazine began during a small reading group, inspired by dialogue with seminal and emerging feminist theory and writing. The first issue launched on a homemade website and featured content...

We Can’t Stop Here: Lessons from an American Road Trip

Listen to “We Can’t Stop Here: Lessons from an American Road Trip” Growing up, I remember craning the antenna on my stereo to catch the frequency from Buffalo’s premiere hip hop station, WBLK. Somehow through the radio, America—and the vibrant...

trans anorganismic, etc.

to feel pleasure is a movement towards a locus of healing, and to cum is to give into into a novel experience of trust and arrival

The Fluid Dynamics of Black Being

A meditation on Black forced migration and transcendent acts of resistance as reflected in storytelling, mythistory, music, literature, and dreamtime.

Urban NDNs in the DTES

a poetic geography of survival that holds settler colonialism—not the streets or the people there—responsible for acts of violence

Sk8 or Die!!: careful recklessness as resistance

On a skateboard, Trynne Delaney develops a new understanding of public space alongside femmes who, like her, are coming into their queerness and racialized identities.

Cripping the Book Tour

In the spirit of crip knowledge sharing, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's advice for cripping a book tour

The General Store: A Fight Against Immigrant Erasure

Hadiyyah Kuma on general stores as spaces of solidarity, resistance, and community building.