CURRENT BIO/ARTIST STATEMENT—Peetura Luttenbacher (b. 1976, Colorado, USA) is a queer, autistic, AMAB (Assigned Male At Birth) artist, musician, and performer. They identify as genderqueer and pansexual. They deal with themes such as failure-based identity, abjectivity, 'outsider' cultural viewpoints, neuroqueerness, deluded-but-genuine sincerity and the facilitation of the breakdown of communication. They paint on their iPhone using an app called ArtRage and other photo-editing applications. Their current mode of musical expression is a form of noisy, rather chaotic experimental sound collage they have termed 'apeir0nadirph0ny.' They also intend to create animated/video works which focus on pseudo-detached, hyper-manic, personally-mentally-stimulating cultural insignia moving across perpendicularly-superimposed 'neuropsychological-index' videos. In the future, they would like to produce sculpture out of colored polyurethane left to dry in plastic grocery bags, with other molded acrylic paint forms glued or attached to it with paint after the bag is removed. As far as performance, they want to present a form of absurd-comedic queer sound-filled performance art ('experimental camp') complete with deformed plushies, abstract educational lessons, kitschy female-sung popular music, viscous substance manipulation, weird object interaction, paint-soaked-spaghetti cannons, endearing cuteness, catapult skirts and types of rhythmic gymnastics such as ribbon dancing and also freely-choreographed dance. Their main area of interest as an autistic person is weird, free, self-expressive, base creative-catharsis, but a type imbued with a fierce streak of love for those who are truly 'their people'...they are unendingly loyal to them in their heart.