HomoEros is a collaborative work that explores via images, odes and lamentations the challenges that gay men experience in the process of self individuation and relationship. These beautifully rendered archetypal images and texts explore the existential dilemma of finding meaning and peace in who we are. The book will resonate with gay men, and their friends, who seek to celebrate all that is beautiful in love, longing and desire.
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John Waiblinger's art reflects his own relationship with male beauty, eroticism and romanticizing a Queer sensibility. He began his artistic endeavors towards the end of his 5th decade after excitedly discovering that digital tools finally provided him the means to translate the vision populating his imagination into physical form. John's work has been exhibited in galleries both in Los Angeles and elsewhere in the US and the UK. HomoEros is his first effort to incorporate his images in a larger, thematic context. More information about John is available on his website at http://johnwaiblinger.com/. Chad Mitchell is a gay writer living in Los Angeles who has been keeping a personal journal since his early college days at CSUN where he studied history and language. Religion and the existential crisis of being have always been recurring themes in Chad’s writings. Having spent many years in Jungian based dream analysis, Chad’s writings are full of archetypal imagery as well. HomoEros is Chad’s first official publication.
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