An exhibition featuring historical and contemporary work at the intersection of feminism and maternity which asks renewed questions about 21st-century feminist art and the maternal.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a one-day symposium* and a screening series organized by Irene Lusztig and Natalie Loveless. Held in the gallery and set against the work in the exhibition, the symposium and screening series will create a space for critical interdisciplinary dialogue around issues of maternity, feminism, art-making, and writing, explicitly staging a "conversation" that puts the 1970s in conversation with the current moment.
Curated by Irene Lusztig
Featuring: Lenka Clayton, Mary
Kelly, Natalie Loveless, Irene Lusztig, Jill Miller, Mother Art Collective, Alejandra Herrera Silva, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles.
Sesnon Gallery hours:
Tuesday–Saturday, 12–5 PM
Wednesdays 12-8 PM
Reception: February 5, 5:00-7:00pm
with installation performance by Alejandra Herrera Silva
Wednesday, February 5: 10am-5pm
keynote by Mary Kelly at 10:30am
Digital Arts Research Center (DARC), Rm 306
UC Santa Cruz