I reached out to the folks I’ve published to see how everybody is doing during the pandemic. Some of us are creating, some of us are crying, and some of us (most of us?) are somewhere in between, depending on the day. But we are here.
Sam Rosenthal is an image-based artist examining Queerness in the context of the digital age. He uses electronics to define the mutability of an image by employing unconventional, and often, experimental modes of processing. These methods include the exploitation of Internet technology, data and signal manipulation, and cameraless imaging to represent his queer experience. Sam has exhibited work at New York City’s Milk Gallery, Trestle Art Space, and the LGBT Community Center. Sam lives and works in New York City.