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The Very Eye of Night
JANCAR GALLERY | June 30 – July 28, 2012

Maya Deren’s historic film, The Very Eye of Night, is memorable for its experimental qualities, the mysteriousness of "diving into the abyss", the performative aspects of the dancers. Deren was a trailblazer incorporating many art genres and turning formal and narrative structures inside out and upside down. We chose these artists based upon their practice as it relates to this film.
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Identity and Institutionalization: Dorit Cypis on Minneapolis in the ’80s
THE WALKER ART CENTER | June 31, 2012

Politicized by the AIDS epidemic, the censorship of Robert Mapplethorpe’s photography, and issues surrounding identity, the body, and sexuality, Dorit Cypis created multimedia works at the intersection of performance, photography, and social sculpture.
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Artist, Woman, Human: Feminism in Practice
MOCA | February 25, 2012

We will discuss conflicts between dogma and practice, defining “practice” as artistic, activist or even religious, with a focus on feminist histories.
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