Finn Grey Paul
Finn Paul's practice draws from the quotidian to make queer bonds and sociality into art. Born in Bellflower, CA in 1981, he is an artist whose work addresses themes of historiography, selfhood, and truth-telling in and out of the context of queer and trans communities. In an enactment towards healing and the ways radical honesty can confluence in everyday, commonplace means, he takes up his own identity as a locus for the complexities and traumas of the lives inextricably bound with his: friends, family, and the array of social texts that influence queer and trans culture. Working with moving and still image, performance and writing, his work has screened at Outfest, Mix NYC, Frameline, the Scottish Queer International Film Festival, Kreives/Vilnias LGBT Festivalis, Redcat, the Echo Park Film Center, ATA, the Northside Film Festival, the Athens International Film Festival, the San Francisco Short Film Festival, and the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. He has also curated programs for The Echo Park Film Center, ATA, and Valentines.
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