The Queer Community of South Africa and the Visual Activism of a Non Binary Person

Zanele Muholi is one of the most acclaimed photographers working today, and their work has been exhibited all over the world.

They is widely recognized and established in the field of photography and visual activism. They choose to identify themself more as a “visual activist”, focusing they work around the issue of discrimination against South Africa’s LGBTQI+ community, ranging from the spectrum of non-discrimination to incidents of violence against members of the community.

Photographing issues predominantly affecting the community, they create projects towards removing stereotypes and promoting visibility, while developing they activism with they artwork and forming a visual archive for the Black queer community in South Africa.


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