June is shaping up to be a busy month: the first two weeks I will be in Denmark at the 10th Transit Festival, one of
The Magdalena Project is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a series of 35-minute interviews with 35 women from the network.
Recently I’ve been giving quite a lot of presentations, and many of them have been recorded, which is quite nice. Here are some of them – enjoy!
My work is currently featured in two exhibitions – although neither is quite the usual kind of exhibit …
recently i participated in a wikipedia edit-a-thon. this was part of the Art+Feminism project, which aims to improve the representation of women artists on wikipedia.
Every Magdalena festival has its own unique character, determined by the people organising it and its location. The Tantidhatri festival, held first in 2012 in
i’ve had a few different nicknames in my life, but the one that has is the most used, and has the greatest history attached to
the third day of LiWoLi was as packed as the first two days, but despite distinct signs of tiredness amongst some there was no drop
audrey & i were practically running to keep up with aileen as she headed at high speed to one of her favourite wine-drinking places. it’s
i’m in linz, austria for LiWoLi, “Art Meets Radical Openness”. it’s a 3-day gathering of open source artists, developers & educators organised by ushi reiter