A Dream in Green, 2015 “I would consider it a personal investigation of the self, but my self is a feminine-feminist. So it also becomes political, but I wouldn’t say
“I hate to get to you on these words, but I wouldn’t call it an agenda-but I would say that I am interested in sort of, in not just displacing
We communicate only through our shared dismissal of the pre-linguistic (2), 1995 @ Mike Kelley “Like I said I was kind of coming out of hippie culture, or freak culture.”
The pubes, natural, died white or starchy, mascara-black, are run through by fingers, caressed, teased out and tugged on. By Owen Campbell, ASX, January 2015 To talk about Plush in
To interpret Woodman’s work entirely through her death is reductive and backwards-facing. It’s the stated goal of this monograph to set aside the dominant interpretation of Woodman’s work, which sees
Self-Portrait & Rain, 1982 “But I know for me -– when I’m photographing people -– male or female -– nude or clothed -– the thing that I’m most interested in
The work of late American photographer Francesca Woodman, produced from the mid- to late-1970s, displays a unique artistic displacement and transformation of ‘feminine’ identity.