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?
#1. Untitled. By Judith Fowler.
#2. Untitled. By Gretchen N. Ebersol.
#3. Untitled. By Amy Bloom.
#4. Generations of Faculty & Students Remixed. By Kit Grauer and her students.
#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.
#6. Untitled. By Olga Ivashkevich.
#7. Untitled. By Peter Scurr.
#8. Untitled. By Anonymous Artist.
#9. Untitled. By Joanne Rees.
#10. Untitled. By Laurie Gatlin.
#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.
#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.
#13. Untitled. By Amy Brook Snider.
#14. Untitled. By Jerry Hausman.
#15. Warp Another Loom. By Jackie Thomas. Sketch for paper composition.
#16. Untitled. By Dianna Huxhold.
#17. Untitled. By Nan Waterstreet.
#18. Untitled. By Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield.
#19. Untitled. By Christy Ortiz.
#20. Untitled. By Stephanie Wirt.
#21. Untitled. By Cindy Maguire.
#22. Untitled. By Jean Langan.
#23. Untitled. By Enid Zimmerman.
#24. Untitled. By Linda Neely.
#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.
#26. Untitled. By Debbie Smith-Shank.