Even though this is a relatively small series of paintings, I'm very thankful that it has got so much coverage and interest by people intrigued by the actual content. For an artist, that's rare and I don't take it for granted. The Qouch is the publishing arm of The
Thank you to Wik Wikholm for his post about my art in the September Media section of GLBTQ - the world's largest encyclopedia of lgbtq culture.
Carl Gopal Applies Queer Lens to Tough Problems (Posted by: Wik Wikholm on 09/12/11)
I have art in the LGBT Literature Issue of Phati'tude Magazine in New York City. You can preview the issue via the link below but my image only appears in the hard copy, available from their website or Amazon.
3CR Melbourne's In Ya Face presenter James McKenzie interviewed me a few weeks ago on his live radio program. I just want to thank them again (belated post) for a frank, informed and lively discussion. I came away from that grateful for being able to explore different
It's a privilege to be able to support the work of Same Sex Domestic Abuse Group (SSDAG) in Western Australia through their use of my art for the cover of their new resource booklet Towards Freedom (SSDAG, 2009).
The story behind the whole 2001 "Untitled" exhibition
Purchase a copy of Issue 9 online or at the following bookshops:
In Paris (@Librairie Les Mots la Bouche) In London (@Gay's the Word) In San Francisco (@City Lights Bookshop) I have a painting in the current issue of Chroma Journal
The last 2 months I had a very interesting experience working with a politician in Western Australia, MLA John Hyde, the opposition minister for Arts and Heritage and Multiculturalism in Western Australia. In a series of meetings, I asked him questions about his past life before politics (he used
SHORT BLACK - A FREE E- NOVELLA/1994
Short Black is a post-punk novella with an autobiographical twist, which I wrote back in the pre-internet days of 1994.
It's about self-involved crazy people that make their own mess and are still (I hope) lovable.
Well, the tale (at the