Indivisible questions the prioritization of marriage as the vehicle to collective liberation within the LGBTQIA rights movement. The piece calls attention to the way in which certain voices—specifically those of Trans, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual people—have been silenced and excluded from the conversations that claim to represent them.
Neon was chosen for its connection to the idea of visibility. It pays homage to the famed SILENCE = DEATH (1987) neon sign created by Gran Fury, a collective of artists and activists associated with Act Up. Indivisible is a contemporary queer demand for social recognition.