At its core, Taylor’s work is about belonging, both as concept and feeling. As a queer artist, and moreover, as a trans artist, they have found comfort in re-constructing scenes from found or self-produced photographs and populating a space outside of time with imagined community. But as an autistic artist, daily concerns of acceptance and communication bleed through. As their own unreliable narrator in social interactions, Taylor has spent much of their life picking apart how it is that people find community because they often feel on the outside of it. In these drawings they are distilling years of being a witness, and sometimes a voyeur, to other’s relationships, breaking them down into mutable planes of soft pastel and the specificity of graphite. Still, as a romantic, this preoccupation with intimacy includes dreaming up all of the ways it can exist, and through these images they create a visual space that others can project into and be embraced; an offer to be held by another’s language.