Eva Wǒ (she/they) is a mixed Chinese-American/white queer born 1992 in New Mexico and based in Philadelphia since 2010. She uses collaborative portrait photography, digital collage, and moving images to cast spells of queer liberation somewhere between fantasy and futurism. She also produces queer film and art-centered events. Her work creates visibility for marginalized identities, while affirming infinite self-determination and self-love for those she works with, represents, and shares community with. Her work has been exhibited and screened nationally and internationally, from Vox Populi to the Taiwan International Queer Film Festival. Currently she is a Center For Emerging Visual Artists Fellow and co-organizing the annual traveling Hot Bits Festival, Philly’s only sex-positive film and arts festival. She is also a recipient of the Leeway Transformation Award and Elsewhere Exchange Fellowship.
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