Black and white photograph of a fat white woman close up and face on. The backdrop is grey water and sky and there’s a small island in the distance. The woman’s dark eyes look directly at the camera and her smile is subtle. She wears a dark brimmed cap and a fluffy, wooly sweater. Her long hair blows in the wind.

Black and white photograph of a fat white woman close up and face on. The backdrop is grey water and sky and there’s a small island in the distance. The woman’s dark eyes look directly at the camera and her smile is subtle. She wears a dark brimmed cap and a fluffy, wooly sweater. Her long hair blows in the wind.

Tracy Tidgwell, Research Project Manager

BODIES IN TRANSLATION

FROM INVISIBILITY TO INCLUSION

519-824-4120 ext. 54726

ttidgwell@uoguelph.ca

Tracy Tidgwell is a community organizer, researcher, activist, and cultural producer who has been working in the folds of Toronto’s queer arts communities over the past many years in performance, video, analog photography, and writing. She explores process, connection, creativity, love, and queerness in all of her work and is dedicated to the wellness, resilience, and liberation of all people.