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Feminist moving image practices

Feminist moving image practices
Feminist moving image practices
This entry covers a brief herstory of feminist moving image practices, as individual artists or collectives have performed them. It aims to consider those less known histories, outside of the main United States and United Kingdom‐centered narratives. Often these refer to feminist work with moving images only as a part of a moment when video, as a more accessible technology, entered the gallery or museum space and afforded this space political potential. The role of this contribution is thus to offer an account that covers as much as possible a wider geographical range, as well as the documented feminist work with moving images performed by women of color and LGBTQ+ filmmakers and artists.
John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Brebenel, Mihaela
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Ross, Karen
Brebenel, Mihaela
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Ross, Karen

Brebenel, Mihaela (2020) Feminist moving image practices. In, Ross, Karen (ed.) The International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication. John Wiley & Sons Inc.. (doi:10.1002/9781119429128.iegmc064).

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This entry covers a brief herstory of feminist moving image practices, as individual artists or collectives have performed them. It aims to consider those less known histories, outside of the main United States and United Kingdom‐centered narratives. Often these refer to feminist work with moving images only as a part of a moment when video, as a more accessible technology, entered the gallery or museum space and afforded this space political potential. The role of this contribution is thus to offer an account that covers as much as possible a wider geographical range, as well as the documented feminist work with moving images performed by women of color and LGBTQ+ filmmakers and artists.

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Accepted/In Press date: 30 September 2018
e-pub ahead of print date: 8 July 2020

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Last modified: 13 Nov 2020 17:32

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