Jacob Todd Broussard

Through personal history, memory, queer archives, and folklore, Jacob Todd Broussard's paintings and drawings examine narrative structures and create meaning through disparate imagery. His work investigates painting’s relationship to queer subjectivity by utilizing strategies of ciphers, hiding-in-plain-sight, and calling upon forgotten or marginalized histories. Pulling from the Cajun folklore of his childhood, Broussard’s work engages an archetypal realm that investigates the psychology of imagery, including a large-scale project inspired by the artist Forrest Bess.


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