never quite in harmony

never quite in harmony


Oliver Doe
never quite in harmony, 2019
Oil on canvas
60 x 84.5 cm

The painting is signed on the reverse by the artist.

Oliver Doe (b.1994) is an artist, writer and curator whose work considers issues around queer sexuality, gender and relationships.
His transmedia practice operates between minimalist painting, sculpture, the altered object, performance, and the written word to examine queer visibility, represent a trace of the body and generate a sense of absence. Oliver has a particular interest in the ways in which levels of abstraction are manifested between visual culture and queer lives, and the ‘in-between-ness’ of both his practice and identity. His focus predominantly lies on exploring bisexuality as an identity within queer communities.

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