Art Wall: Edie Fake

November 20, 2019–December 13, 2020

Edie Fake’s mural envisions affordable housing for transgender elders, using architecture to celebrate the uniqueness of trans bodies and the possibilities of queer space.

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  • Edie Fake: Affordable Housing for Trans Elders, 2019; courtesy of the artist and Western Exhibitions, Chicago. Photo: JKA Photography.

  • Edie Fake: Proposal for Art Wall, Affordable Housing for Trans Elders, 2019; courtesy of the artist and Western Exhibitions, Chicago.

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  • Sunday, May 10, 2 PM

    CANCELED: Hand-Drawn Repeating Patterns with Edie Fake

    Learn simple and resourceful methods for creating unusual shapes and personalized patterns in this workshop with Art Wall muralist Edie Fake.

    All film screenings and public programs at BAMPFA have been temporarily canceled. Learn more

  • Sunday, May 10, 5 PM

    CANCELED: SKYNSUIT, Dia Dear, DVVSK, and Peekaboo Jenkins: Little Strangers

    Edie Fake’s Little Strangers establishes the content and provides the title for a new collaborative work by performance and movement artists Dia Dear, SKYNSUIT (Bashir Naim and Shamu Azizam), and DVVSK, accompanied by cellist Peekaboo Jenkins.

    All film screenings and public programs at BAMPFA have been temporarily canceled. Learn more

  • Saturday, March 14, 11:30 AM or 1 PM

    CANCELED: Gallery + Studio: Drawing Ourselves In

    After viewing Edie Fake’s visionary Art Wall mural, Affordable Housing for Trans Elders, draw your own fantastical buildings to house real and imagined communities of the future!

    All film screenings and public programs at BAMPFA have been cancelled through March 29. Learn more

    For ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)

  • Wednesday, November 20, 6 PM

    Artist’s Talk: Edie Fake in Conversation with Elaine Yau

    Artist Edie Fake discusses his new Art Wall project with exhibition organizer Elaine Yau, addressing the idea of queer space and the role of art in growing dialogue around trans rights.