Directing and shooting The Need To Know, we began with the question:
“How can we explore our own desires, outside of the dominant white-male desire and the limits of heteronormative standards?”
Post shoot, I have even more questions. Questions for myself, but also for you, for the people you desire, and for the people that desire you. For the people you disgust and the people you fear, for the people who disgust you, and the people who fear you.
What is your one, most precious desire?
What is it about others’ desires that make you feel sticky?
Sticky good, or sticky bad?
How do you step outside of the dominant, enforced desire and into that exquisite one that knows your name? Does it arrive at the other side of pain, or fear?