Virgil B/G Taylor is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn. He received a BA in Studio Art and American Studies focusing on printmaking and queer theory from Wesleyan University. He works between text and image, communities and computers. As a member of the What Would an HIV Doula Do? collective he works to bring attention to the HIV/AIDS crisis as an ongoing intersectional political reality through asking questions and designing paper crafts. He runs http://fag.tips/, a speculative zine.
Images are drawn from the Library of Congress, and in one instance the New York Public Library. They primarily depict fences in the United States, cutting through the landscape between 1880 and 1930. Files and more information about each can be found at the following web addresses: