Who Is She?
Tiffany St. Bunny was born and raised in rural Oklahoma, receiving her BA from Oklahoma State, before moving to Bloomington, Indiana to complete her MA. She currently lives and works in Oakland, CA where she creates work based on her experiences growing up poor, queer, and trans in cowboy country. Thematically, her body of work sabotages traditional symbols of patriarchy, masculinity, and manhood. Landscapes, ideas, and brands monopolized and weaponized by the straight, white, all-american man are wrenched from the security of their hegemonic grasp by hypergender(ed)(less) homos. The “Sacred Rural Masculine” is forcibly perverted, and the resultant decadent divinity is (re)claimed, paving a path towards a place of healing and beauty.
She is a resident artist at Eternal Return, and her current projects include Truckslutsmag, Western Springs, and Eternal/Endless. Creating a lasting visual archive of her radical queer and trans freak family is the foundational underpinning of her artistic practice.
Hot Bits Film Festival
"Candelaria y Creep" - Summer 2020
Residency Showcase for "Home of the Brave"
Home of the Brave, Cisco UT, October 31 - November 2 - 2019
Lesbian Lexicon #4 Release Show
Hit Gallery, San Francisco CA, July 27 - August 3 - 2019
Renshaw Gallery, Tulsa OK, March 7 - March 21 - 2006
30 Hudson, Oklahoma City OK, July 17 - July 31 - 2005
Evie in Twentynine Palms, The Birth of the New Year, Photo 2 - Private Collection
Evie in Twentynine Palms, The Birth of the New Year, Photo 3 - Private Collection
Big Buck Hunter - Private Collection
Upstate NY - Summer 2020 (deferred)
"Home of the Brave"
Cisco, UT - October 2019
SPACE Prize / best minicomic - 2014
Viewers Choice Award / Momentum - 2005
Limp Wrist - Paper Rocket Press - 2013 (w/ Penina Gal)
El Pato Feo Zine, Vol. 1 - Baghead - 2019
"Top Ten: Torrey Peters" - Artforum, Print Edition, Jan/Feb 2021
"TruckSlutsMag Is Making Trucks Gay and Reclaiming Rural Queer Culture" - Author: Lauren Parker, for Autostraddle - January 2020
"The Rural Queers Reclaiming Redneck Culture" - Author: Jhoni Jackson, for PAPER - December 2019
"In a Former Ghost Town, a Queer Artist Flourishes" - Author: Deanna Bianco, for Hyperallergic - November 2019