She and Her

March 20, 2020

 

Medium: Digital Art

Size: 23 x 12.5 inches

“The role of women (especially black trans women) in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights is extremely prominent throughout our history, beginning as early as the Stonewall riots with Marsha P. Johnson on the front lines of protests, advocating for safe spaces for transgender and homeless youth. She and Her is a piece that celebrates the diversity of queer women while also serving to recognize the sacrifices such women have made in order to benefit the broader LGBTQ+ community.” 

 

HANA SULIMAN

she, her, hers

College of Arts & Sciences

Class of 2023, Undeclared 

 

Hana hopes to minor in Studio Art, exploring the ways in which artistic expression evokes social change in others. Her major artistic inspirations vary from Ilya Kuvshinov to Barbara Kruger. Outside of contributing to a number of publications on Grounds (such as Q* Anthology of Queer Culture and Scratch Zine), she is a Program Chair for the UVA Art Club and a volunteer for the LGBTQ Center. 

 

 

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