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Feminist Legacies and Potentials in Contemporary Art Practice

Reckitt, Helena. 2006. 'Feminist Legacies and Potentials in Contemporary Art Practice'. In: Part 2: Feminist Legacies and Potentials in Contemporary Art Practice. de Balie, Amsterdam, Netherlands 16 November 2006. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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As part of ‘Part 2: Feminist Legacies and Potentials in Contemporary Art Practice,’ organised by If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part of Your Revolution, Helena Reckitt presented a talk on the work of contemporary feminist artists that cites, remakes, re-enacts and in other ways engages with the feminist past, especially that of the second wave. Following their presentations Reckitt joined the philosopher Iris van der Tuin in conversation about what van der Tuin termed the practice of feminist ‘generation jumping.’

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)

Additional Information:

Other contributors to the symposium were Karl Holmqvist, Daria Martin, Aneta Szylak, Sue Tompkins and Iris van der Tuin.

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Art

Dates:

DateEvent
20 October 2006Accepted
16 November 2006Published

Event Location:

de Balie, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Date range:

16 November 2006

Item ID:

21127

Date Deposited:

29 Sep 2017 11:12

Last Modified:

29 Sep 2017 11:12

URI: http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/21127

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