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Levi Taylor Booker is a queer nonbinary artist currently living and working as an organic vegetable and flower farmer in Roxbury, Connecticut. Working with various mediums ranging from handmade paper, to sculpture, to illustrative printmaking, their art practice explores themes of monstrosity, queer identity, spiritual connection to nature, and the physicality of making. They graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a BA in studio art and have exhibited their work at the Morgan Conservatory (Cleveland, OH), University of the Arts (Philadelphia, PA), Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking (Atlanta, GA), Hampshire College Art Gallery (Amherst, MA), Blanchard Gallery (South Hadley, MA), and A.PE 33 Hawley Gallery (Northampton, MA).

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