Frances Bukovsky is a photographer and writer who grew up in rural New York and now lives in Marshall, North Carolina. Their work explores the relationship between selfhood, other beings and places, and medical experiences in the context of chronic illness, disability, and queerness. They dive into the deeply personal to weave together the impact of larger systems on daily life.

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Frances Bukovsky writes about their photography practice, chronic illness and disability, queerness and gender, the medical system, and the relationship between our bodies, the places we live, and the beings around us.

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Frances Bukovsky

Photographer making images and writing about the relationship between selfhood, other beings and places, and medical experiences in the context of chronic illness, disability, and queerness. Lives in Marshall, North Carolina.