(RE)PRESENT – Manifestations of Anger/Violence in Art

Fri. September 16, 2016


Img: Nancy Spero, Victims Thrown From Helicopter, 1968, gouache and ink on paper, 39 x 25 inches. Courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York.

Anger is often used by artists as emotional fuel during their creative labors, and can be directed effectively into a personal and political statement. Artists such as Sue Koh, Howardena Pindell, Nancy Spero, and Kara Walker have integrated anger in their work through various methods and mediums.

What role does anger play in your creative practice? What role generally speaking might anger play in the creative process?

(RE)PRESENT 2016: What do we want from Feminism and how can we achieve it? Continuing in the tradition of the New York Feminist Art Institute, NYFAI (1979-1990). www.nyfai.org

This event is a roundtable discussion, and is open to the public.

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