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Andrew Jordan

Amore, Costume Design by Andrew Jordan for Christopher Williams’ Il Giardino d’Amore, Dancer : Gentry George| Photograph © Andrew Jordan, 24″ x 36″ | Archival Pigment Print | printed 2022


Artist Statement

Andrew Jordan is a Detroit-based artist and designer exploring relationships between sculpture, installation, puppetry, and the moving form of the human body. Often envisioned through the lens of Queer Mythology, Andrew has designed for both stage and screen, including projects spanning opera, contemporary dance, experimental theater, post-disciplinary performance, and parade.
Let us reimagine our perceptions of art and its role in societal transformation. Visual design and storytelling can be practices of intervention in the world.

Artwork/s at the following locations:
Metropolitan Museum Of Design Detroit

Artist Website + Social Media:
www.andytoad.com

MR/QD Is Made Possible BY

Artists stipends made possible by Kresge Arts in Detroit

For details and more info on making a contribution to Mighty Real/Queer Detroit, please contact us at info@mrqd.org

About MR/QD

Mighty Real/Queer Detroit is an art exhibition in June 2022 devoted to 77 years (1945-2022) of Detroit LGBTQ+ art 

The exhibition presents a month-long historical examination of the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community and its longtime allies, featuring established & emerging Detroit artists, as well as artists whose careers were shortened by HIV/AIDS.

Mighty Real/Queer Detroit is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to promoting positive and meaningful images of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community through artistic and intellectual means. © 2022. All Rights Reserved.