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Photo by Art Jefferson, Coaxial Arts 2017


Ambrosia Bardos is a visually impaired sound and visual artist, painting images of death, pain, and sexuality across many mediums. They’ve survived 7 near death experiences, existing in a constant flux between reality and the void. They are here to teach us how to die.

They are a queer, sex working, mixed Indigenous and Rroma activist advocating for equity and agency of sex working people as the Arts and Culture Director at Sex Worker’s Outreach Project Seattle, and as the co-founder and curatorial director of Quiver Arts, an organization which establishes relationships between underserved emerging queer, trans and sex working artists with career artists for exposure and mentorship.

 

Peregrine Midwest // Collaboration with Jessica Cornish at Links Hall // February 6th, 2017

 
Diagram of an Arrythmia, part of a series of code based illustrations using my heartbeat as a data source, 2016

Diagram of an Arrythmia, part of a series of code based illustrations using my heartbeat as a data source, 2016

 
 
 
 

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