Volume 36 (July 2015) of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal

Feminist humour in the visual arts.  Available to purchase at http://www.ktpress.co.uk/nparadoxa-volume-details.asp?volumeid=36

– Jacki Willson  ‘“Piss-Takes”, Tongue-in-Cheek Humor and Contemporary
Feminist Performance Art: Sarah Maple, Oriana Fox and Ursula Martinez’
– Rosa Nogues ‘Laughing Their Way to the Limelight: Ines Doujak’s Dirty Old Women’
– Laura Castagnini ‘Performing Feminism ‘Badly’: Hotham Street Ladies and Brown Council’
– Mare Tralla: Self-Irony, Parody and the Absurd: Iliyana Nedkova in conversation with Mare Tralla
– Rachel Epp Buller Birthing the American Absurd: Maternal Humour in Contemporary Art: Marni Kotak, Gail Rebhan, Jill Miller
– Jane Chin Davidson  ‘Performative Laughter Camp and the “Cat Lady” of Kristina Wong’
– Sofia Gotti ‘Eroticism, humour and Graves: A conversation with Teresinha Soares’
– Lenore Metrick-Chen ‘Art as an Invitation to Agency: Challenging State Patriarchy at the Site of the Body: Gao Ling and NvAi; ManYee Lam; He Chengyao’
– Lusia Petukhova ‘Terera Art Group’s Aphrodite’s Girdle
– Elina Suoyrjö and Heather Phillipson ‘The Mess of Getting into It’

Artist’s Pages:
Anna Daucíková   Three Scenes and other works
Guerrilla Girls 30th Birthday: Not Ready to Make Nice And Still Counting
Women artists at Venice Biennale: All The World’s Futures 


About nparadoxa

n.paradoxa is an international feminist art journal, published since 1996 online and 1998 in print website: www.ktpress.co.uk n.paradoxa is edited by Katy Deepwell
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