FEMINIST INTERVIEW PROJECT
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The Feminist Interview Project, organized by Katherine Guinness and Jocelyn Marshall on behalf of CAA’s Committee for Women in the Arts, examines the practices of feminism by interviewing a range of scholars and artists, preserving oral histories while expanding the boundaries of what might be considered feminist. Throughout its interviews, this project reimagines the possibilities of feminist practice and feminist futures.
Currently Published Interviews Include
Christine Sun Kim in Conversation with Tabitha Jacques
For the inaugural interview published Art Journal Open, the Feminist Interview Project presented artist Christine Sun Kim in conversation with Tabitha Jacques, director of placemaking at Gallaudet University. The two met for a conversation over Zoom, spanning locales from New York to Berlin.
Senga Nengudi in Conversation with Daisy McGowan
For the second collaboration with Art Journal Open, the Feminist Interview Project presented artist Senga Nengudi in conversation with Daisy McGowan, director and chief curator of the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Gallery of Contemporary Art. The two met for a conversation in Colorado Springs on January 21, 2020.