Hazel Meyer and Cait McKinney
Hazel Meyer’s work with installation, performance, and text investigates the relationships between sport, sexuality, feminism, and material culture. hazelmeyer.com
Cait McKinney is a media historian and assistant professor in the School of Communication at SFU. caitmckinney.com
Hazel and Cait’s collaborations explore their shared attachments to queer histories through research, writing, and archival interventions. Their work has been presented in No More Potlucks (CA), Little Joe: Queers and Cinema Magazine (UK), PHILE (DE), INCITE Journal of Experimental Media (US), and Deep Down Body Thirst, curated by the collective Radclyffe Hall for the Glasgow International, SCT (2018.) Their film Slumberparty, 2018 has been screened at various festivals including London International Film Festival (2018), Artists’ Moving Image Festival, Tramway & LUX Scotland, SCT (2019) and the Porn Film Festival Berlin, DE (2019.) They are currently working on They, Olympia a video about the 1990 Vancouver Gay Games.
Art as a Tool for Change is supported in part by the Canadian Artist Presentation Fund.
Ce projet est financé par le gouvernement du Canada