Love & Solidarity: Jamie Crewe, Grand Union 2020.. Image by Patrick Dandy

http://thisistomorrow.info/articles/jamie-crewe-love-solidarity

The term ‘community’ conjures images of disparate individuals joined by shared interests, experiences, cultures, or religion. But the term also groups unquestioningly, disregarding an acknowledgement that frictions can – and do – exist. Jamie Crewe’s ‘Love & Solidarity’ at Grand Union, Birmingham, offers a conflictual understanding of kinship, and parameters for queer love and disdain. Review by Ryan Kearney – via this is tomorrow

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