Sam Huxtable is a non-binary trans, queer artist living and working on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja.

During performance of Citrus Extract at Paper Mountain. Photography by A Julien-Martial and Callan Huxtable.

Huxtable’s work is a continuous excavation of Queer-Self.

Q–Self reflected in object/s

Q–Self in community, in connection with else.

Q–Self alone.

Digital compilation. Ailsa for BECOMING — THEM at Cool Change Contemporary, February 2020
Digital compilation. Bec for BECOMING — THEM at Cool Change Contemporary, February 2020.

Sam Huxtable’s work takes shape through a multi-disciplinary practice, including digital media, sculptural/ installation and performance work. Recently they have been exploring use of text in work, and stand alone poetry. They are currently exploring queer existence from both personal and community perspectives, and their experiences around transition, in all senses of the word.

Their recent experiences with HRT (testosterone) are a major guide for their current work.

Ailsa, Pip and Bec for BECOMING–THEM.

My pronouns are they/them/theirs.

I acknowledge that the lands on which I work and live are rightfully those of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. I pay my respect to elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded.

This always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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Citrus Extract (2019)

An interactive, sculptural performance. Interaction between human, nature, human made and human nature. An installation of citrus fruits (juicy!) found metal objects and jewellery (shiny!) Body and mind, fruit and metal transcend everyday expectation and become sculptural and emotional tools. Whether squishing, juicing, slicing, squashing, or gently placing, balancing, resting, or separating. Interaction (or absence … Continue reading Citrus Extract (2019)

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