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claudia hermano TIL WE ARE FULL

TIL WE ARE FULL explores body size, gender, and race as social constructs. hermano uses photography, sculpture, and poetry to articulate the messiness of corporeality and question the authenticity of body and self. As a fat, mixed-race, trans person, hermano was taught to separate self from my body; this work blurs the lines between sculptural and biological body, extending identity to fabric, flesh, paper, and earth.

claudia hermano (they/them) is a fat, non-binary, filipino-american artist working primarily in photography and sculpture. They were born in New York and spent their childhood moving between New York, California, Texas, and Massachusetts. They received a BA in photography from Hampshire College and are completing their MFA in studio art at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque; expected May 2024.

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