Sam Huxtable is a queer trans person living and working on unceded
Whadjuk Noongar land, in Boorloo. Their practice is multidisciplinary,
exploring the queer/trans body and psyche using digital media,
performance, installation and sculpture as body channel, alteration
Sam works in real-trans-time, unfolding and evolving as their
experiences with their own body, identity and community do. His
work traverses the liminal cusp between body and mind, looking to
reflect the complexities, fluidity and joy that trans existence endures.
For the past year Sam has been working in ceramics and hopes to
continue exploring clay, in combination with digital/ other media, as a
physical analogy for transness.
Sam has recently exhibited with BRAG for the Bunbury Biennale
receiving an acquisitive award and held his first solo show Value
Unknown at Cool Change Contemporary in late 2020. Currently, they
work as a technician for ClayMake Studio.