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PICS

Risograph Photozine

March 2022

PICS is an assortment of multiple exposure photographs taken on 35mm. Coming out of lockdown, travelling around the UK reconnecting with queer family. Risograph printed at PageMasters onto left over paper, hand drawn covers, edition of 50.

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LEZ TAKE THIS OUTSIDE

Lezbag collaboration

January 2022

The collaboration is informed by acts of queer defiance. This bag is intended to be an object to flag with, to stand by, and to fight beside. The Triangle Bag design honours the classic lez in both the clear PVC used to form the body and the iconic chrome carabiners and silver eyelets of the original. 


Photography & Art Direction: Jordan Taylor 

Models: Fraser Buchanan, Alpha Elvis, Christine Pungong and Yuki / Marin

Styling: Marlo Mortimer 

Clothes: Jordan Taylor, Izzi Valentine, Dudley Dream Walsh (and models own).

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CAN YOU NOT, CAN YOU JUST NOT

Exhibition with Dudley Dream Walsh

June 2021

Together we created a self-organised residencty that can pop up wherever we go. When we do the mini residencies we chat about all sorts wild of ideas, crafting and clowning as we go (SET, DARP, Chaos Magic, friends houses and public spaces). Our dream is to create a wardrobe of gender non conforming clothes, accessories and flags for our imagined queer world.

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Log Cabin

Collaboration with Sarah-Joy Ford

Started during lockdown, ongoing.

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Log Cabin is a digital collaboration between Artists Jordan Taylor and Sarah-Joy Ford.

Both crafty Queers interested in the visual cultures of queerness.


The log cabin is a traditional quilt pattern that plays with light and shadow surrounding a red center, associated hearth and home. The digital Log Cabin exhibition is a home for our collaboration. Log Cabin is a tool for artistic intimacy as well as a platform for thinking through what it means to craft in digital space, how digital/physical binaries might be undone and how our material practices might interweave online. As a digital quilt Log Cabin has no defined borders, it can continuously accumulate, sprawling, ever increasing; an expansive tool for imagining new works and possibilities.


Digital designs are currently being constructed into largescale quilts, some already completed, some half compete, most still in the oven. 


Log Cabin was commisioned by Superbia, Manchester Pride: https://superbia.org.uk

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Experimental shoe making

Lockdown fun.

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SUKKOT

Currated by Hanna Umin & Julia Eshaghpour

October 2019

Sukkot is celebrated by the building of a Sukkah, a temporary structure or hut, with a roof made of branches, plentiful enough to provide shade during the day, sparse enough to see the stars at night. The Sukkah is meant to communicate the impermanent shelters where farmers lived to be close to their crops during the harvest, and to recall the 40 year wonderings of the Israelites in Exodus; for the length of the holiday, meals are eaten in it, open to friends, strangers, passers-by. The holiday recalls themes of temporality, provisionality, harvest, rital.


1 meter long flag, embroidered and crocheted found materials - used to decorate the Sukkah, New York.

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EXQUISITE CORPSE PROJECT SHOW

Curated by Valerie Kong

June 2019

The Exquisite Corpse Project grafts 38 participants together to create a collection of clothes and a body of work. By borrowing from the format of the Surrealist parlour game, a fragment is made by one player then passed on to the next player to add to, the strange, hybrid up-cycled piece of clothing revealed at the end is a fun surprise. The participants are from a multitude of different backgrounds but are mutually fuelled by a common interest in understanding and working with fibre.

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