teetering, tittering, tits up is an exhibition of sculptural works that imagine structures for queer and multispecies intimacies. Playful reconfigurations of outdoor equipment such as tarpaulin, tentpoles, and trampolines offer refuge in their corrugations and curvatures. Developed in response to wetland bird hides and other cruising sites, the exhibition takes an irreverent, ironic, and absurd approach to ecological relationships.

Essay by Tara Heffernan. 

Photography by Louis Lim.

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