Women’s Caucus Postcard Project II: Feminist Remix

Building on conversation started at the 2012 NAEA convention and continuing with the tradition started by our previous Outreach Coordinators, NAEA Women’s Caucus members were once again invited to create a piece of postcard art based on the idea of Feminist Remix.

Feminist Remixing involves alteration, recombination, and dislocation of socio-cultural ideas and representations of girls and women to provoke a new dialogue about feminism and gender justice. It also draws upon influential exchange and collaboration between girls/women of different generations, experiences, and affiliations.

Visualize! What is the pedagogy of Feminist Remixing? What does it look like? Sound like? Feel like?

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#1. Untitled. By Judith Fowler.

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#2. Untitled. By Gretchen N. Ebersol.

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#3. Untitled. By Amy Bloom.

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#4. Generations of Faculty & Students Remixed. By Kit Grauer and her students.

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#5. A still image from the digital movie, “Threads by Hand,” based on feminist sewing techniques, traditional painting, and computer-generated moving images. By Christine Gorbach.

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#6. Untitled. By Olga Ivashkevich.

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#7. Untitled. By Peter Scurr.

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#8. Untitled. By Anonymous Artist.

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#9. Untitled. By Joanne Rees.

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#10. Untitled. By Laurie Gatlin.

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#11. Untitled. A collaboration between Juliet Araujo, age 50 (artist, researcher, teacher) and a 16-year-old female art student who comes every Saturday to Juliet’s studio.

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#12. A Cross-Generational Feminist Remix. By Zoe Moos and Barbara Bickel. Two images juxtaposed and overlapped, bring together two self-portraits of two friends, one a 15-year-old artist and the other a 49 year-old artist. Both created at times of life threshold crossing and both expressing the sensuous, embodied experience of a woman learning to live fully in her own body without restraint in the world.

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#13. Untitled. By Amy Brook Snider.

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#14. Untitled. By Jerry Hausman.

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#15. Warp Another Loom. By Jackie Thomas. Sketch for paper composition.

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#16. Untitled. By Dianna Huxhold.

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#17. Untitled. By Nan Waterstreet.

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#18. Untitled. By Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield.

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#19. Untitled. By Christy Ortiz.

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#20. Untitled. By Stephanie Wirt.

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#21. Untitled. By Cindy Maguire.

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#22. Untitled. By Jean Langan.

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#23. Untitled. By Enid Zimmerman.

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#24. Untitled. By Linda Neely.

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#25. Untitled. By Laurie Gatlin. Dazzle camouflage was used during WWII on ships. Its purpose is not to conceal, but to make it difficult to estimate range, speed, and heading.

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#26. Untitled. By Debbie Smith-Shank.

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