Being Visible: Feminism, Art and the Internet
Reckitt, Helena. 2014. 'Being Visible: Feminism, Art and the Internet'. In: Being Visible: Feminism, Art and the Internet. Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, United Kingdom 10 January 2014. [Conference or Workshop Item]No full text available
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Abstract or Description
Being Visible: Feminism, Art & the Internet looked at the role that the internet has played in enabling feminist discourse within contemporary art. Exploring areas of self-publishing, archiving and social media the Salon questioned how feminism is distributed, remixed and re-contextualised online to make visible.
Chaired by curator and critic Helena Reckitt, the panel comprises artist Oriana Fox, critic and writer Katy Deepwell, Dr Caroline Bassett and artists from the collective SALT magazine.