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Forest Svendgard-Lang (They/Them/Theirs)

Forest Svendgard-Lang is a Indigiqueer trans artist working out of Flagstaff, AZ. Raised in Portland, Oregon with their sister, Forest has a Jewish father and Athabascan mother. They started creating art at a young age inspired by the various art styles they grew up with in the pacific northwest. They are happiest out in nature, with their loved ones, or when seeing the world through a viewfinder. They work in many mediums including; photography, collage, sculpture, poetry and illustration. Their work explores their intersections of identity, of what it means to be queer, trans, and a young Indigenous person who grew up away from their homeland.