Qviet focuses on the abstractions of sex, of seeing, and the fluid relations between the two.
“If someone else out there is working this fearlessly with the silliness of sex, I’m almost afraid to find out.” The Comics Journal
"Cartoon drawing as an act of daydream searching reminds me of Saul Steinberg in some ways. Very funny about sex and physical identity." Dan Nadel, Picturebox publisher and author of What Nerve!: Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present , The Collected Hairy Who Publications 1966-1969 , Art in Time , etc.
Qviet focuses on the abstractions of sex, of seeing, and the fluid relations between the two. Using the strip, one of the oldest formal modes in comics, as the misleadingly benign container for his explorations, Burkholder challenges the reader to reimagine not only what falls under the purview of this form, but the larger conceptions of sex as a whole.
Andrew Burkholder is a cartoonist and visual artist. His comics are abstract yet playful, oftentimes dealing with very adult themes twisted through an extremely dry sense of humor. His 2013 comic Pretty Smart was included in the Jonathan Lethem edited Best American Comics 2015 .
|Edition description:||Not Appropriate For Children|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Andy Burkholder is a Chicago-based cartoonist who has been very active over the past several years, creating mini comics and releasing a steady stream of work online. Andy’s comics are abstract yet playful, oftentimes dealing with very adult themes twisted through an extremely dry sense of humor.