The guiding premise of “Feminism (n.) Plural” is that feminism is not a monolithic movement but instead an ever-evolving concept. There is no capital F “Feminism” acting as the Law to which its subjects must blindly adhere—that, of course, is the very definition of Patriarchy. There are instead plural feminisms through which people of various gender identifications, ages, and cultural and ethnic backgrounds espouse and enact their belief in a just and equal society. The thematic concept behind the exhibition “Feminism (n.) Plural” is intentionally broad, including work in all media whose form and/or content addresses feminism in daring, unexpected, and potentially controversial ways.
Participating artists: Soheila Azadi, Judith Brotman, Phaedra Call, Liz Cambron, Jennifer Casselberry, Creatura Collective, Maurene Cooper, Maurene Cooper, Frances F. Denny, Danielle Dobies, Jeanne Donegan, Shannon Downey, Rebecca Ebben, Nona Faustine, Bridget Freeman, Chiara Galimberti, Sophia Gardiner, Rebecca George, Shohreh GolAzad, Suzy Gonzalez, Magdalene Gorecki-Eisenberg, Gabriela Guganovic, Jesse Harrod, Michelle Hartney, Michael Hubbard, Vivian Le, Ashley McClenon, H. Melt, Marjan Moghaddam, Carol Neiger, Hanna Owens, Wolfie Rawk, Macon Reed, Nancy Roberts, Nazanin Saremi, Katrina Schaag, Leo Selvaggio.
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