The Queeriodic Table
Created by !Kona and Jen Crothers
- Vancouver Queer Film Festival 2011 August 11 - 22, 2011 Vancouver, Canada
- Queer Arts Festival – Games People Play 2011 July 26 - August 13, 2011 Vancouver, Canada
- Seattle Erotic Art Festival 2011 May 20 - 22, 2011 Seattle, USA
- Queer Bodies Film Night 1 2011 January 20, 2011 Vancouver, Canada
- Mr. Leatherman Vancouver Competition 2010 December 10-12, 2010 Vancouver, Canada
- Mollena Williams 2010 November 5 -7, 2010 Vancouver, Canada
- Dead Sexy Queered 2010 October 29, 2010 Vancouver, Canada
- High School Confidential 2010 October 2, 2010 Vancouver, Canada
- Vancouver Sun July 2011 Crothers joins "artist !Kona in being the geniuses behind The Queeriodic Table, which takes Mendeleev’s list of elements and hands it to the GLBT community."
- Open File July 2011 Laid out like the periodic table of elements, the Queeriodic Table lists 112 terms for various queer identities and practices in ten different categories. Some of the words are familiar, with “love” taking the place of hydrogen, the most basic of elements.
- Queerty June 2011 Are you Banjee, Dykon, Hasbian, Wolfy, Frig, or Stone? Do you even know what those words mean? No? Then it’s time for you to learn the essential LGBT elements on The Queeridioic Table!
- instinct June 2011 We spend all day at the gym socializing cruising whining lifting weights; the last thing we want to do while relaxing on Grindr in the evening is put more strain on a manicure than necessary. Thankfully, the just-released "Queeriodic Table Of Elements" boils down all the key terms used in LGBT culture to two key-letter…
- Bitch blog June 2011 Vancouver artists Jen Crothers and Kona have created a delightfully nerdy project to raise awareness of queer language and its evolution, and to raise money for the local organization Out in Schools, which educates young people about homophobia and bullying. It's called the Queeriodic Table, and it's going places.
- Spectator May 2011 In close proximity to the mechanical bull is a classroom simulation in progress, complete with desks and crayons. The ‘instructors' are all wearing white lab coats and stand off to side explaining the concept behind what they call the "Queeriodic Table." Formatted in a similar fashion as the Periodic table of Elements, this version is…
- Xtra! May 2011 Inspired by a blog post of a periodic table made entirely of cupcakes, artists Jen Crothers and Kona thought a queer version would be an ideal way to raise money for Out in Schools' annual fundraiser, High School Confidential.