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|Book||Main library||Non-fiction||TH BAL 2017 (Browse shelf)||1||Available||Donated by Zoe Freney||2018-0201|
Exhibition held at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art 15 December - 25 September 2018.
Partner's Preface / Carol Schwartz AM -- Foreword / Linda Mickleborough -- Unfinished Business / Max Delany -- Unfinished Feminism, Unceasing Activism: Australian Art Over Five Decades / Julie Ewington -- Thank You / Annika Kristensen -- I Can't Believe I Still Have to Protest This Fucking Shit / Vikki McInnes -- Blak Female Futurism and YTE Feminism Waves / Paola Balla -- When Art Meets Feminism / Elvis Richardson -- Cyberfeminist Bedsheet / Linda Dement -- History is a Soft Clay Medium: Eugenia Lim and Salote Tawale / Laura Castagnini -- Women With Us / Ellen van Neerven -- Gender Equity and the Classroom: The Fitzroy High School Feminist Collective / Nat Thomas -- On Art, the Predator, and the Graveyard of Modern Celebrity Gardening / Van Badham -- Feminism and Art: Not Done Yet / Jude Adams -- Film Program -- Performance Program -- List of Works -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements.
Continuing ACCA's ongoing series of Big Picture exhibitions focussing on contemporary art's relation to wider social, cultural and political contexts, Unfinished Business is a major exhibition conceived to animate critical, albeit under-represented, practices and debates within contemporary Australian art and society. Surveying the diverse scope of feminist art practices -- including painting, performance, photography and film to community engagement and cultural activism -- the exhibition focuses upon the dynamic formal invention and social engagement of feminist artists. It explores strategies and analyses of gender identity and representation, intersectional politics, and practices which embrace performative codes, text and media technologies, humour and critique. Adopting a collaborative, polyphonic form which encourages diverse voices, practices and debates, Unfinished Business presents new commissions and recent work alongside selected historical projects, programs of film and performance, and a publication with contributions by art historians, artists and theorists from the 1970s to the present.