Alpesh Kantilal Patel showcases art exhibits that challenge gender and sexuality norms. International feminism and liberation of women are emphasized in this combination of art and activism.
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Far Out & East
BY SARAH MICHELLE RUPERT
@ VOL 24
ON NOV 20, 2013
Sarah Michelle Rupert represents Girls' Club, a non-profit private foundation and exhibition space which was created to educate the public and nurture careers of contemporary female artists. She focuses on the art of Su-en Wong, who creates pieces influenced by social realism, duality, and self-identity formation.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 6, 2014.
Skin of the Beast
BY NAOMIE HATHERLEY
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 17, 2015
This emotive talk about the creation of a purse during a woman's transition from woman to mother brings us to a place of empathy and personal reflection through her artwork and the culmanation of this experience - the skin of the beast.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 7, 2015.
BY KLAIRE PEARSON
IN SIOUX FALLS
Klaire Pearson is a painter who lives in Vermillion, SD, and she creates representational portraits of women with oil on canvas. Klaire enjoys using the human form as a vehicle to communicate the agency of her subjects with viewers. In addition to addressing femininity and feminism within her artwork, she enjoys incorporating humor. After she graduated from South Dakota State University, she was a K-12 art teacher. Klaire is currently a graduate student at the University of South Dakota where she studies painting and teaches foundation classes.
Women and Domesticity
BY VANESSA MARR
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 08, 2016
The ongoing project by Vanessa Marr is the centre point of this presentation. Dust clothes are used as the canvas for females to embroid and sew personal messages challenging gender-based stereotypes and the role of a women in the 21st century.
Fast Fashion Feminism - What Happens When Girl Power Is Trendy?
BY KIT POWELL
@ VOL 8
ON OCT 26, 2017
Kit Powell critiques the idea of buying a t-shirt, tote bag or pair of earrings, emblazoned with a slogan, in order to be part of a movement, and asks how much does it costs to declare yourself a feminist, and where is your money going?