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Media Contact: Margaret Cox, mc94@cmu.edu

 

Shorklink: bit.ly/FeministHacking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UPCOMING EXHIBITION

 
 
Skawennati, EPIPHANY, 2013
 
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Addie Wagenknecht, Optimization of Parenting Part  2, 2012 (Documentation of Hacked Robot Arm Sculpture)
 
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Dara Birnbaum, Kiss The Girls: Make Them Cry, 1979 (Video)
 
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Sondra Perry, My Twilight Zone Thing, 2015 (Four Channel Video Installation)
 
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Lynn Hershman Leeson, Lorna, 1979-1984 (Interactive Video Disc Installation)
 
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micha cárdenas, Becoming Dragon, 2009 (Performance inside modded Second Life game)

 

 

HACKING/MODDING/REMIXING AS FEMINIST PROTEST

Curated by Angela Washko
Jan. 28 – Feb. 26, 2017

Artists: Addie Wagenknecht, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Annina Rüst, Cat Mazza, Channel Two, Dara Birnbaum, Elisa Kreisinger, Kathy High, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Mary Flanagan, micha cárdenas, Morehshin Allahyari, Myfanwy Ashmore, Olia Lialina, Rachel Rampleman, Rachel Simone Weil, RAFiA Santana, Skawennati, Soda Jerk and VNS Matrix, Sondra Perry, Suzie Silver

Public Programming

Wed., Jan. 25, 5pm: Annina Ruest Visiting Artist Lecture
@CMU STUDIO for Creative Inquiry

Thurs., Jan. 26, 5pm: Skawennati Visiting Artist Lecture
@CMU STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, CFA 111, Carnegie Mellon University.
This Visiting Artist Lecture is presented in partnership with the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Miller Gallery, Conflict Kitchen, and the Carnegie Mellon University School of Art.
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Fri., Jan. 27, 6-8pm: Opening Reception
7pm: Curator’s introduction with artists Annina Rüst, Rachel Rampleman, Skawennati
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Fri., Feb. 10, 7pm: Talks Back: A Screening Program w/ Q+A and post-screening panel featuring Angela Washko, Suzie Silver, Ann Hirsch and Rachel Rampleman. Presented by @Warhol Museum (extended programming) View event info here.

(tbc) Tues., Feb. 14, 5pm: Ann Hirsch Visiting Artist Lecture
location tbc

(tbc) Fri., March 10, 12-7pm: Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon
@CMU STUDIO for Creative Inquiry

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

HACKING / MODDING / REMIXING as Feminist Protest is an exhibition of twenty two artists, designers and developers working at the intersection of art and technology to intervene on dominant voices in tech and popular culture, producing critical (and often comical) works that give visibility to women's perspectives and experiences often marginalized, ignored, or dismissed.

more events + information coming soon.