In this exhibition that examines modern day feminism I will be exhibiting my video Layers. This work examines the layers of typical stereotypes that are projected onto women by media, corporations, the community, as well as by women themselves. Information for the show can be found below.
UNPOLISHED FEMINIST ART EXHIBITION:
In 2007, galleries and museums across the country undertook a major reexamination of feminist art with exhibitions like MOCA LA’s “Wack: Art and the Feminist Revolution” and “Global Feminisms” at the Brooklyn Museum. These major exhibitions demonstrated that the feminist art movement is among the most influential developments in post-war art, and furthermore that it has undergone continual development since its inception in the1960’s. What is the legacy of this tradition for local living artists? What does feminist art look like in the 21st century? We are exhibiting all ASU SOA artists (faculty, graduate students, undergraduates) as well as local artists.”
December 4, 2009 from 6-10pm
There will be live performance art by Diana Calderon and Lisa Von Koch. Diana’s will start at 6:15pm and will be ongoing and Lisa’s will begin at 7:30.
December 18, 2009 from 6-10pm
Artists: Catherine Akins, Victoria Aguilar, Lindsay Benkel, Chloe Boleyn Palmer, Diana Calderon, Jessica Dolence, Kelly Flanagan, Karen Hernandez, Katie Hovencamp, Lisa Von Koch, Victoria Latunski, Mary Meyer, Mary Bates Neubauer, Tara O’Connor, M. Jenea Sanchez, Forrest Solis, Cory Weeks, Ryan Woods, and Angela Young
You can read more about the exhibition in the write up in the Phoenix New Times.