Wrik Mead has accumulated a unique body of more than forty animated miniature narratives: queer fantasies, parables, dreams, and even documentaries. His films are psycho-dramatic by inclination, first person narratives of desire and accommodation. They’re a mix of painstaking animation, fairy-tale allegory and queer-identity. He currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada and is currently the Chair of Media & Installation Art at OCAD University.
=, , 2015, 3 min 27 sec
In this new century, Gay rights are being threatened worldwide. In =, an animated likeness of the artist bares witness to a dizzying amount of detailed witness accounts of these massive protests available on the web.