Photography

Monument

These photographs use the figure of homosexual men to depict famous Utah landscapes, including those from Arches National Park, Goblin Valley State Park, and slot canyons. These regional images consider how humans and Earth shape each other, and the relationship between gender and sexual minorities and the Beehive State.

These photos were taken within Iron and Washington Counties on Utah’s public lands.

A photograph of two nude men facing away from each other resembling a slot canyon A photograph of a nude man from the waist-down in a pose resembling Utah's Double Arch A photograph of a nude man wrapped around a stone resembling one of Goblin Valley's mushroom formations A photograph of two nude laying on each other resembling Utah's North Window formation A photograph of two nude men facing the same direction resembling a slot canyon