n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal vol 23 (July 2013) Citizenship
The focus of the volume is on works and projects by contemporary women artists (post-1970) which link feminism, women's activism and political protest about women's civic and human rights.
Alla Mitrofanova (Russia) 'The Public and the Political in Feminist Statements: Street Actions in St. Petersburg and the Pussy Riot Case'
Basia Sliwinska (Poland/UK) 'And Europe will be Stunned: Yael Bartana and JRMiP' (Poland/Israel) pp.13-22
Sue Bell Yank (USA) 'In the Space Between Bodies: Women Artists and Occupy LA' pp.23-31
'Views of Women Artists from the 55th Venice Biennale' pp.32-35
Artists Pages: Monica Ross (UK) 'Anniversary- an act of memory' pp.36-38
Michèle Fuirer (UK) 'Suzanne Lacy: Silver Action' (USA/UK) pp. 39-45
Melissa Potter 'Feminist Felt' (USA/Georgia) pp.46-47
Adele Chynoweth (Australia)''The stain is indelible' : Rachael Romero's The Magdalene Diaries' (Australia/USA) pp.48-58
Marta Garsd (US/Argentina) 'Now We See You, Now We Don't: Women-Artists Networks in Post-dictatorship Argentina (1986-1999)' pp.59-69
Manyu Zhang (Belgium/China)'Xiao Lu: Dialogue, Sperm and Wedding' pp.70-76
Kim Paice (USA)'Feminism, Democracy and Participatory Net Works: Sharon Daniels and Natalie Bookchin' pp. 77-83
Hilary Robinson (UK) 'Actionmyth, Historypanic: The entry of VALIE EXPORT's Aktionhose: Genitalpanik into art history' (Austria) pp.84-89
Bojana Pejic (Germany/Serbia) 'Ilona Németh: Dilemma' (Hungary) pp.90-96
n.paradoxa continues its mission to publish in-depth critical articles on contemporary women artists from around the world drawing on feminist theory in each volume.
n.paradoxa is currently supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.
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