Queerberra is a photography project depicting images of love and pride, of home, the ever-changing concept of family and self. Queerberra contains 100 portraits, a kaleidoscope of Canberran allies, asexual, bisexual, cisgender, drag king + queens, fluid, gay, gender non-conforming, intersex, lesbian, monogamous, pansexual, polyamorous, transgender, Queer, questioning and rainbow people. It can be rare to find imagery representing the everyday lives of LGBTIQA+ people in Australia. Queer life happens beyond pride parades and this collection honours the places where we feel safe and proud to be ourselves.
Queerberra is led by Victoria Firth-Smith and Jane Duong.