Smoking Gun

The Making of Smoking Gun Here is our smoking gun, our corpus of evidence: there is space in the in-between. Our world is made up of rigid lines, and nowhere is this clearer than with the aggressive gendering of daily life. Somehow pink and blue have replaced personalities and self-presentation has taken a back seat … Continue reading Smoking Gun


The Making of Ophelia Hamlet’s Ophelia is a character often chastised for her tragic role. Torn apart by a love unrequited, a dead father, and a brother gone mad, she realizes that her expression is best left in nonsensical rhythm; her body more suited to the soil. She finds respite in speaking illogically, offering flowers … Continue reading Ophelia