Continuing our feature on Art and Feminism, Rosza Farkas considers forms of self-representation that use the Internet to mediate the self-image in Web 2.0.
Tag Archives: Intersectionality
Self-identified artists and activists Robin Markle and Kris Henderson engage in a “co-interview” as a part of the US Social Forum in Philadelphia with the hope of creating a document of shared ways of working and thinking.
Continuing our series on art and feminism, net art theorist Jennifer Chan presents an experimental intersectional text.
Negative Space is a collective devoted to progress through technology and transgression.
I see intersectionality as a context and a point of departure for the different journeys that we consciously decide to take in our practices and lives as artists.
analog dissident functions as a monthly discussion group aimed at queer/radical/feminist/politically inclined artists to engage critically outside of traditional art institutions.