THE UNTITLED BODY PROJECT • Residency
THE UNTITLED BODY PROJECT is a docu-photography project created by Rae Threat for the 2018 Level Ground Artist-In-Residence program.
The project is a visual reflection of how society and culture have shaped and influenced our bodies and how we view them. Rae's work will include a short documentary featuring interviews with models of different shapes, sizes, gender, and identity discussing how culture and society has helped shape their bodies and influenced their body image.
THE UNTITLED BODY PROJECT will culminate in July 2018 with a fully immersive multi-medium art show featuring 3D photography on LED panels, a centralized video installation on multiple monitors, and large scale printed portrait suspensions.
Rae is currently raising funds for the gallery installation. If you're interested in making a tax-deductible donation to support Rae Threat, please click below.
Support Rae's Residency Project
Want a sneak peek at the fundraising rewards?
Here are some of Rae Threat's beautiful images from the "We're Still Working" show at SOMArts in San Francisco. Limited edition 24x36 signed prints are available at the $500 level. They are also available at the $25 level as 8x10 prints. The prints feature many of The Untitled Body Project collaborators, including April Flores, Lotus Lain, and others.
Here's an overview of how the money you donate will be used:
- 3D Live Truck Rental - $3,000
- PR and Printing - $1,100
- Gallery Venue - $1,000
- Editing - $500
- Event Documentation and Materials - $400
- TOTAL - $6,000
Rae Threat is a visual artist and photographer based in Los Angeles who is renowned for her ability to invert stereotypes and challenge views.
Rae has exhibited in galleries internationally from L.A. and San Francisco to Turkey, Vienna, and Berlin. Her alternative approach to photography uniquely merges the underground art and music scene and LGBTQ community. Notable queer icon Courtney Trouble has referred to Rae as the ‘Celebrity Photographer’ of the feminist queer scene in San Francisco.
With her current venture, Threat Films she continues to explore challenging views and thought-provoking subjects. Rae is also a photographer for the Sundance Institute.
You can follow her on instagram here.