Corinne Teed

Corinne Teed is a research-based artist working in printmaking, installation, time-based media, and social practice. Their work lives at the intersections of queer theory, ecology, critical animal studies, and settler-colonial studies. Teed collaboratively reimagines interspecies communities in this era of environmental devastation and climate change. They teach in the art department of the University of Minnesota.

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Infinite Affinities: Work from the Queer Ecology Hanky Project

As queer printmakers, artists, and nature freaks, we began the Queer Ecology Hanky Project as a way to bring together our many interests. Inviting artists to explore queer ecology—an area of inquiry that unites the study of biology, environment, and sexuality within the framework of queer theory—has given us windows into divergent possibilities for gender and sexuality, models of resilience and resistance in a world that feels increasingly bleak.