Interview with Robyn Day

Chicago-based artist Robyn Day uses photography and all of its inherent complexity as a vehicle to explore and engage with queerness: identity, gender, sexuality, culture, and community. The work is conceptually driven and often attempts to subvert or reinforce perceptions about the nature of photography. In a recent conversation with Robyn on the heels of her solo show, Nobody Knows at Elizabeth Houston; we discussed her work's broader themes and intentions.

See the full article in New Art Examiner.