The 100 Most Powerful Women in Art: Part One Marina Abramović: The self-proclaimed "grandmother of performance art," Abramović is known for using her body as both subject and medium Photo: Patrick McMullan Sheikha Mayassa Al-Thani.Photo: Brigitte Lacombe via DFI. RoseLee Goldberg: Founder of Performa, a nonprofit arts organization for the research, development, and presentation of performance art Photo: Patrick McMullan Marina Abramović: The self-proclaimed "grandmother of performance art," Abramović is known for using her body as both subject and medium Photo: Patrick McMullan There are so many ways to exercise influence and power in the art world but one thing is abundantly clear: Women play a leading role. artnet News continues its yearlong celebration of women in the art world with “The 100 Most Powerful Women in Art." Our list, which is divided into three parts, is arranged alphabetically to avoid the perception of a ranking: We are celebrating the achievements of women in the art world, period. 1.
The Hodder Fellowship - Lewis Center for the Arts Princeton University invites applications for the Hodder Fellowships: The Hodder Fellowship will be given to writers and non-literary artists of exceptional promise to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the 2015-2016 academic year. Potential Hodder Fellows are writers, composers, choreographers, visual artists, performance artists, or other kinds of artists or humanists who have "much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts"; they are selected more "for promise than for performance."
Research Volunteers An experience of real politics and a stepping stone to working in government, academia or consultancy. As a research volunteer at the Constitution Unit is an ideal way for recent graduates to gain experience of work in a think tank which is also an academic research centre, and to do research which is linked to policy. Past research volunteers have included students in their holidays, postgraduates thinking about continuing their studies to Masters or PhD level, and civil and public servants who work for us part-time or on secondment.
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10 Female Dadaists You Should Know Today would have been the 125th birthday of feminist Dada artist Hannah Höch — dubbed “art’s original punk” by The Guardian earlier this year. As the article points out, Höch was an unlikely addition to the early 20th-century group — which favored the irrational, nihilistic, collaborative, and spontaneous — namely, because Höch was a woman. One of the group’s pioneering photomontage artists, Höch critiqued the role of women, beauty standards, marriage, the politics of her home country, Germany, and the oft-misogynist Dada group itself. Take Höch’s 1919 work Cut With the Kitchen Knife Dada Through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany, for instance.
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mutatis mutandis mutatis mutandis is a multi-sensory installation that uses glaciological data to control an audio and visual environment. read press/reviews: KU Homepage from CrESIS Site about: In the 21st century, to be human is to be connected through the mind, body and machine. Advances in technology have now enabled our society to affect many of the geological and atmospheric systems governing the earth. With this new responsibility comes the difficult task of reevaluating our relationship with the natural world. Perhaps our understanding of the natural world is rooted in our ability to perceive rates of change.