TUESDAY, April 10th / 11am-1pm / Room 210 Humanities One
This paper takes off from a brief history of the curating of feminist art in the North American and European contexts. My aim is to think about the exhibition, and the feminist show in particular, as a junction between practice and theoretical thought, a place of intersection between art making, the writing of art history, and the positing of critical interventions in institutions. I propose to look at these interrelated questions by a two-part inquiry, looking at both a history of feminist curating and a small selection of practices that might, precisely by maintaining an openness to ever-shifting structures of sexual and gender difference, be impossible to “tame” fully through curatorial practice.
This is the final event organized according to the 2011-2012 MACS research theme Exhibitions and Performance.
For more information, please contact Lucian Gomoll at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the MACS website at http://macs.ucsc.edu/
Co-sponsored by History of Consciousness, History of Art and Visual Culture, and Feminist Studies.