Tangent Projects, Carrer Marti Codolar 41-43, local 2, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, 08902, Barcelona, Spain
Curated by Tsering Frykman-Glen.
In “Naturalezxs No Binarixs : Non-binary Natures”, Raechel utilizes multi-disciplinary artmaking practices to work to imagine possible transformations that humans, plants, animals, and technology could undergo collectively through processes of queer worlding.
Raechel Teitelbaum (they/them) is a visual artist born in Syracuse, New York, currently based in London working primarily with video, film, performance, installation, poetry, and textiles. They studied both in Spain and the United States for their undergraduate degree, graduating from Purchase College with a bachelor’s degree in ‘Media, Society, and the Arts’, an interdisciplinary program that combined fine arts, anthropology, and media studies in 2017. Raechel attended Metàfora Studio Arts Programs in Barcelona, where they completed an advanced arts diploma in 2019. Following this, Raechel completed a Masters of Arts in Digital Media: Image Making, at Goldsmiths, University of London, where they focused on 3D video animation, virtual reality, processing, and coding.
Unearth Me and See Me Wildly Dance is an art film based in a fantasy queer mythology primarily by queer and non-binary artists Raechel Teitelbaum and Brody Mace-Hopkins, in collaborating with Joa Blumenkranz, Tara Jerome, Lilith Newson, Arthur Griffiths, Nelly Henzler, Genoa Gray, and Rachel Chevat through costumes, sound, and performance.