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Tag Archives: feminism
De Facto feminists, black women fighting/finding contingency, building bridges, breaking bread, all in a country that counts them out. Judy Juanita tallies up all the ways feminism finds its way. Continue reading
Take a front row seat for this exciting, no-holds-barred game of style and wit, in which Gillian Flynn’s GONE GIRL is parsed, thrust, and parried as you listen to the intellectual steel clang!
What do Shia LaBeouf, Marina Abramovic and Jay-Z have in common? Or, Jennifer Kabat asks, when does a copy become a theft? Plus Big Foot and China and abstract painting…
The seditious lessons Katherine Grant learned from a great, great, great uncle who was hung, drawn and quartered in the 18th Century.
Tragedy and triumph in New York about New York – Jennifer Kabat on Isa Genzken’s hallucinatory take on the city and the world at MoMA.
Jennifer Sirey’s experiments with science and bacteria make some of the most compelling and disturbing art today. Jennifer Kabat considers them and how women push the boundaries of art today.
Twenty years before VIDA started collecting statistics that revealed how many more men than women were featured in premier literary publications, Zoe Zolbrod noticed the same kind of disparity. She tried to talk herself out of paying attention, until VIDA’s numbers helped her remember why she should.
Skateboards and car crashes, speed and glinting surfaces, Michelle Lopez’s sculpture plumbs minimalism and feminism.