Archives for posts tagged ‘feminism’

Carmen Winant

Carmen Winant Work from My Life as a Man. “My Life as a Man depicts a single collage deconstructing and rearranging its composition. Resolution is sought but never “found.” The book features original text contributions from Matthew Brannon, Moyra Davey, Courtney Fiske, Jim Fletcher, Kenneth Goldsmith, Jonathan Griffin, Geoffrey Hilsabeck, Michael Ned Holte, Sarah McMenimen, […]

Valie Export

Valie Export Work from her oeuvre. “The black-and-white images here are far more quiet. In them the artist uses her body as a kind of measuring or pointing device, leaving us to decide exactly what she is pointing at. She crouches in corners, presses against walls and lies along the ledges of an imposing 19th-century […]

Ann Cathrin November Høibo

Ann Cathrin November Høibo Work from her oeuvre . “Ann Cathrin November Høibo uses the gallery room as her studio, where she assembles half finished works with new whims and acquisitions. The site specific installations consist predominantly of threads and textiles in various conditions, weaved, draped, laddered, bundled and seducing. Høibo’s works are informed by feminist […]