There is a muted, subliminal horror to his art… that seems to say there are deeply unsettling complications to the way queer people must make their fandom from the images of a capital-driven culture in which visible queerness is only the figment of an overactive imagination.
— NightBlock editors
Brice Peterson - BIO
Brice Peterson is an artist, writer, and librarian based in Philadelphia, PA and Ithaca, NY, where he is currently pursuing his MFA at Cornell University. Recent exhibitions include: Pinch Point, Cornell University, Ithaca; Big Boys, Little Berlin, Philadelphia; Big Snack, Signal Gallery, Brooklyn; Where We Find Ourselves, Gershman Y, Philadelphia; and Miami is Nice, Spacecamp, Baltimore. He holds a BA from Brown University, where he received the Ann Belsky Moranis Award in Visual Art, and an MLIS from Drexel University. Brice has also been an artist in residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, CO and the Post-Contemporary in Troy, NY.