Posted by on May 13, 2022 8:16 am
Originally From: Pink News

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“I don’t go to the countryside, it’s a no-go area,” says Dr Gil Mualem-Doron.

“I love nature, wild nature. Natural reservations, deserts, but no countryside. I feel claustrophobic, I don’t feel comfortable there, because I know that I’m in the minority of the minority of the minority. I mean, I’m ticking the box of at least five minority groups.”

Dr Gil Mualem-Doron is a queer, Arab-Jewish artist and the creative director of Socially Engaged Art Salon (SEAS), a Brighton-based art organisation.

Launched out of Mualem-Doron’s living room in 2016, SEAS’ central aim is to promote the work of queer Black and people of colour (BPOC) artists, especially those with disabilities, migrant refugees and artists from working class backgrounds, all of whom are often excluded from the insular mainstream art world. It’s the only queer


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