Interviewee 10:44 I didn’t see me. Interviewee 35:25 I wasn’t ever able to see myself until I saw those role models. Interviewee 10:44 I didn’t see me in places where I wanted to see me at. It’s empowering when you see trans folks on TV…. Maybe I would have came out a little bit younger.… Continue Reading
At age 49, the Chameleon has taken on trapeze with a level of determination that makes me proud just to be in the room. Thank you for inviting me to shift my idea of my bodies capacity. Working with you has been an inspiration!
“When I’m being perceived as a guy it’s a shallowness……….. I don’t have to try so much that everything is meaningless. If you’re going to laugh at every joke, how do I know if I am actually funny? Which comparatively is not the worst thing, women are treated awful. But to have your whole life… Continue Reading
How have you come to your gender identity? Two of the nonbinary characters in SPECTRUM: the Gender Project deep in the process together.
Hard to believe that after almost two years of working on this show, we finally know what it’s called! SPECTRUM: the Gender Project. Dang it feels good when consensus and clarity arise. Photos credits from left to right: Lucy’s phone, Richard Calmes, Jerry Siegel, Roger Gordy, and Marc Turney.
The CIRCUS TENT, new and improved! The walls are made of recycled billboards! We get to work out of this space every week, so inspiring. Many many thanks to Juan Carlos Martinez Tomas and Ken Gregory for all of their hardwork and talents.