Category Archives: Feminist Art

Diana Jean Puglisi – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I produce evocative installations that respond to the impermanence of our body and our memory.  My recent works investigate the anxiety created by waiting for something to emerge that won’t show. Instead stillness, quietness, … Continue reading

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Anna Campbell – New York, New York & Grand Rapids, Michigan

Briefly describe the work you do.  Across a range of site-specific practice that mines sites both physical and imaginary, I use installation, sculptural and found objects, and video projection to expand the possibilities of representation for queer bodies and what … Continue reading

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Eileen Tull – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  I create performance work in the form of storytelling, theatre, spoken word, comedy, solo shows, or performance art. I explore themes of feminism, body image issues, seeking joy, and addiction (to substances, to technology, … Continue reading

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Colleen Keough – Athens, Ohio

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work explores the intersection of identity, technology, language and pop culture. I create electronic and time-based works, installations, mixed media, drawings, and performances which examine how technology has altered and influenced communication. I … Continue reading

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Nancy Grace Horton – Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Briefly describe the work you do. My photographs are investigations of female gender roles as influenced by American culture and mass media. This body of work is a 21st century extension of feminist concerns regarding the media’s portrayal of women.  … Continue reading

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