Naomi Segal is an artist and artsworker who makes installations, zines, comic-essays and other projects from the unceded lands of the Dharug and Gundungurra peoples (Blue Mountains, NSW). Their practice is invested in vulnerable approaches to making, reading and being with one another; she is especially interested in researching queer, embodied and non-masterful reading practices. This year, Naomi's work has appeared via Pari Gallery, MCA Zine Fair, Voiceworks Magazine and Emerging Writers Festival. In 2020 Naomi participated in a graphic narrative mentorship with Express Media, and is continuing to explore how comics can converge with installations, exhibition reviews, essays and more.


Paths is a 4-page comic-essay about queer reading practices and the textual encounters that invite us to live. It will be published in the upcoming anthology titled Liminal, Volume II, available 1 December 2021 with pre-orders on  Monday 8 November. The anthology features art by and interviews with Asian Australian artists, writers and thinkers. 

Pre-order PATHS on Liminalmag.com