Peter Cochrane utilizes photography, installation, flowers, ceramics, book arts, and sculpture to explore queer histories, trauma and recovery, and our relationship to time. In the Osiris Project he created self-portraits of shattered porcelain death masks highlighted with gold lacquer in a process known as kintsugi to excavate personal tragedy. His recent solo exhibition, A Continuum, explored the continuity of existence from multiple creation stories through the end of life using blood-red manzanita trees wrapped in gold thread. His work has appeared in several publications and his On Death And books have traveled internationally.
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