A contemporary gaze into feminist art is both subjective and objective, either from female artists or social collective lenses. Lucy R. Lippard stated in 1980 that feminist art was ‘neither a style nor a movement but instead a value system, a revolutionary strategy, a way of life.” Starting with “ME” (the individual), and “WE” (the community), to “WOMEN” (the entire female as half the population), a sequential contemplation focusing on various perspectives and creativities from female artists worldwide is highlighted. Eleven female artists from different nations and cultural backgrounds bring us the reflection of how contemporary feminist art shapes life and art from diverse angles yet to reach a pluralistic interconnection. This project is a part of the MOM Internship Program with Yang Li.
|Schedule of Artists||Date|
|Olé Viravong Scovill||4.5-4.11|
More about Yang Li, creator of this exhibit, our summer intern, and her interests. Yang loves to collaborate with people from different communities and cultures. She has been involved in the exhibition Echoes of Civilization: Ancient Treasures from Afghanistan in Chengdu Museum. With the collaboration between the curator from National Museum of Afghanistan. She has engaged in public education programs about cultural heritage and nature. She has participated in a prelaunch of Mahalla Festival, a traveling festival of culture and contemporary art. She is a musician and poet, creative, reflective and socially sensitive, with keen eye for detail. She is currently as student at the University of Melbourne (Master of Art Curatorship).