Hate Is A Drag

“Sometimes we stand alone.  Sometimes as a group. Gender roles and society often challenge how we see ourselves and are perceived. I wanted to depict a man getting dressed for drag along with the three fierce drag queens.  To me it’s never about race, sex or gender – I see people as people. Yeah, Hate is a Drag.”  -VO

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Hate Is A Drag
12.75″h x 11″w
Traditional methods and materials: Cochiti red clay, white and red clay slip,
black (wild spinach) paint.