Results filed under: Feminism

Artist in Residence

Western Front Media Arts and Western Front Exhibitions are pleased to announce Vancouver-based artist Allyson Clay as Artist-in-Residence for New Strategies in Feminist Video. Working

 

Danger Signs

Danger Signs was a public art installation that produced a narrative of transgression, one in which a series of women assume roles traditionally associated with

 

Blind Spots

Scourges made of Nietzsche’s texts on women, and portraits of 48 women. A concern with disrupting text and linear narrative; the subjectivity of women; women’s

 

Melt

With Andrew Wilson. A performance which dealt with some of the images of the female grotesque used in Radul’s concurrent Western Front exhibition, To Shine. Wilson danced