Kieran Myles-Andrés Tverbakk
is an artist from Houston TX, currently living and working on Dakhóta land (Minneapolis-St. Paul). In their work, they highlight the dualistic nature of queer trans visibility and explore self-empowerment through the reclamation of their family's native languages and cultural practices. Using their family's archives, they reveal dichotomies within their experience as a first-generation Mexican-Norwegian-American who is also non-binary transgender. Tverbakk has exhibited nationally in galleries including Clamp Light (San Antonio TX), Sure Space (Minneapolis MN), New Women Space (Brooklyn NY), NDSU's Memorial Union Gallery (Fargo ND), Waiting Room (St. Paul MN), and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum (Philadelphia PA).
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updated August 2020