Feminist Art Topics project launched on www.ktpress.co.uk

A list of 900+ artworks by women artists organised in 30 topics relevant to feminism and contemporary art. This project by Katy Deepwell is intended as a beginner’s guide to feminist questions, for students and lecturers, who are currently unfamiliar with the range of subjects, works and ideas in feminist artworks, exhibitions, books and key debates. The information about the artworks are arranged simply as a chronological list, most were produced in the last 40 years. Like n.paradoxa, this project is transnational. The artworks are linked to artists’ websites, to museum collections, to resources online, including some of n.paradoxa’s 500+ articles. Take a look!
http://www.ktpress.co.uk/feminist-art-works-topic-intro.asp

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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
and
Women artists at Venice Biennale: All The World’s Futures 

 

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Find 1171+ MA/PhD theses on feminist art since 1974

n.paradoxa has a new searchable list of 1171 MA and PhD theses on feminist art/contemporary women artists in 35 countries (1974-present). The list contains links to information pages with abstracts in Open Access Repositories, and full text PDFs.  Go to : www.ktpress.co.uk/feminist-art-theses.asp

Given the growing number of MAs and PhDs available in electronic form, we wanted to provide an accessible route to this research on contemporary women artists and feminist art. Careful searching of this project also highlights many trends and tendencies in feminist research across different countries.

This project does not captures “all” theses written on this subject, but is the result of wide searching online. Information about some of the publications which have resulted from this research is also available.

If your thesis, or your students’ thesis, is not listed: please add using the form on our website.

We are aware that there are many art schools or Universities in the world where students may have conducted research into feminist art, but the institutions have not joined any electronic thesis collection or database system. We were also limited by the languages we speak and would welcome more in other languages from around the world.

This project was created by Frances Hatherley and Katy Deepwell at Middlesex University between Jan-May 2015.

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Misogyny: Witches and Wicked Bodies, ICA, London, 18 March, 3-6pm

The Editor of n.paradoxa is speaking at the ICA, London on 18th March. This event is organised by Create/Feminisms, Middlesex University to discuss Deanna Petherbridge’s exhibition, Witches and Wicked Bodies. Respondents: Lynne Segal, Alexandra Kokoli and the editor of n.paradoxa, Katy Deepwell. The event is chaired by Hilary Robinson.
Tickets: https://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/misogyny-witches-and-wicked-bodies

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n.paradoxa at CAA Bookfair in New York, 12-14 Feb 2015

KT press and n.paradoxa will be in the College Art Association Confernece, Bookfair and Trade Exhibit at the Hilton Hotel, 1335 Ave of Americas, New York 10019 from the 12-14 February 2015.  Our booth is America Hall I: Stand 1110.
If you are attending CAA’s conference, please come and find us.

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n.paradoxa volume 35 War/Conflict (Jan 2015)

Volume 35 of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal on War/Conflict (Jan 2015) is now available to purchase in print or access online and read by subscription.

Contributors are:
Christine Conley  ‘States of Precarity: Sandra Johnston, nichola feldman-kiss, Rehab Nazzal’
Talita Trizoli   ‘Ana Vitória Mussi and Thereza Simões: Expanding Poetic Fields in Brazilian Guerrilla War Art during the Military Dictatorship’
Katy Deepwell  ‘Mobilizing Memory:  Interview with curators Ayse Gül Altinay and Isin Önol’
Lindsey Sharman  ‘The Female Gaze: a (re)viewing of those marked by war’
Jamie Ratcliff      ‘A War on Women: Teresa Margolles’ Ciudad Juárez’
Cristina  Pratas Cruzeiro  ‘Susana de Sousa Dias’ 48: images that speak against themselves’
Mirjam Westen  ‘Re-inscribing public spaces: Queering Yerevan Collective’
Giulia Lamoni  ‘‘Ti darei un bacio’: Notes on utopia and conviviality in Autoritratto by Carla Lonzi’
Martina Pachmanová   ‘Silence about Feminism and “Femininity” as an Aesthetic Value
the case of Jindrich Chalupecký’s post-1968 art theory regarding women artists.’

Artists Pages by
Tanya Ury  ‘nomen est omen – all in a name’
Gail Bourgeois  ‘Cold War Pieces’     (A special thank you to Renee for suggesting this and Christine Conley!)
Linda Montano    ‘MONEY IS GREEN TOO MANIFESTO’

Plus a picture spread about the exhibition ‘Acción Urgente / Urgent Action’

Volume 36 will be on the subject of ‘Humour’ (July 2015).

n.paradoxa is entering its 18th year of publication. In 18 years, n.paradoxa has published
500+ articles by or about 400+ artists and writers from 80+ countries in 35 vols since 1998, plus over 1000 resources on the information pages..

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Judy Freya Sibayan ‘The Hypertext of HerMe(s)’ new ebook

Judy Freya Sibayan
The Hypertext of HerMe(s)

Judy Freya Sibayan 2014
ISBN: 978-0-9926934-0-4
378-474 pp. 70 illus. 350+ hyperlinks.
Available in .epub format only

Download for ipad or iphone using ibooks!
Read on PC/MAC with an epub reader

4.50 Epub version only

In this major new ebook, Judy Freya Sibayan reflects on 39 years of her work as an artist, curator, writer, editor of Ctrl+P and teacher. Inspired by Hélène Cixous, the figure of HerMe(s) is invoked for a new kind of artistic autobiography, extensively hyperlinked to the internet and an art practice, evident in major works like Scapular Gallery and Museum of Mental Objects, which developed from her development of a distinctive form of institutional critique.
Judy Freya Sibayan is based in the Philippines. She is the editor of the contemporary art journal, Ctrl+P. Her work was included in the Gwangju Biennale (2002) and in Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hou Hanru’s exhibition Cities on the Move (1997).

Available from http://www.ktpress.co.uk/ebook-details.asp?bookID=13
Preview and purchase now available on Amazon Kindle and Google Play
KT press ebooks are not available in print, nor are they PDFs.
They are .epub format ebooks – with external links to the web and interactive footnotes. These can be read on ipads/iphones (with ibooks); on any PC/MAC/tablet (provided that an epub reader is installed – these are free programmes to read the file); or on devices like Kindle, Kobo or Nook when purchased directly from these stores.

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