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Vanessa Sinclair has been described as “A female William Burroughs for the age of desperation” by renowned artist Val Denham.

Original artwork and prints available at Trapart Books, Films & Editions, as well as Trapart Unique Works at Etsy.

Additionally, limited edition prints come with select limited edition books, including Switching Mirrors (2016) and We May Need To Call On Our Cosmic Friends: (Magic Monday, part 2) (2023) with Carl Abrahamsson.

Sinclair’s collages are featured in various publications, including:

Williams, S.A. with Sinclair, V.R. (2024). The Interlocutor. Vimmerby: Trapart Books.

Abrahamsson, C. (ed.) (2022). The Trapartisan Review Issue 1. Vimmerby: Trapart Books.

Sinclair, V.R. (2021). The Pathways of the Heart. Stockholm: Trapart Books.

Abrahamsson, C. with Sinclair, V.R. (2021). The Mega Golem: A Womanual for All Times and Spaces. Stockholm: Trapart Books.

One of a kind, unique collages are included in deluxe editions of various musical collaborations:

Follow my Voice (2021) with Per Åhlund

Future Moon (2020) with Jillian Street/Damages

Sound 23 (2020) with Douglas Lucas

Cut To Fit The Mouth (2020) with Carl Abrahamsson

The Chapel Is Empty (2019) with Akoustik Timbre Frekuency

Select Exhibitions


May 24-June 1 – Antinomian exhibition, group show curated by Hugsten, Studio Baustelle, Berlin, Germany.


October 20-23 – UNDERTAKERS & UNDERSELVES: A SURREALIST EXCAVATION, group show, No Tomorrow Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.


August 10 – Live performance and screening of Mementeros as part of Kendell Geers’ exhibition The Second Coming (Do What Thou Wilt), Rua Red Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.

July 4-August 28 – “Mementeros” exhibition, The Museum of Pornography in Art (MOPIA), Zürich, Switzerland. Live performance and film screening with Carl Abrahamsson. Original artworks from the exhibition available via Trapart Editions.

January 12 – February 3 – “Cut To Fit The Mouth” exhibition, Galleri Granen, Sundsvall, Sweden. Live performance with Carl Abrahamsson at the gallery opening. Exhibition reviewed in Sundsvalls Tidning. Prints and editions from this exhibition are available via Trapart Editions.

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