Video (7:48): Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2 – Curators Discussion
Multi-disciplinary artist Rebecca Swan gives insights into her work at this artist talk and tour.
Saturday February 16, 2019 | 1pm
Video (1:32:24): queer artist L.J. Roberts speaks about the expression of LGBT identity through the visual arts at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art (2016).
arms ache avid aeon: Nancy Brooks Brody / Joy Episalla / Zoe Leonard / Carrie Yamaoka: fierce pussy amplified at Beeler Gallery, Columbus College of Art & Design, USA, Oct. 2, 2018 – March 17, 2019.
Video (11:06): author and photographer Samra Habib in conversation with Q on CBC’s interviewer about ‘Just Me and Allah: A Queer Muslim Photo Project’. (2016).
Video (25:25): Q&A with GB Jones, November 20, 2017, Cinema Politica Concordia, Concordia University.
Video (25:01): ‘the art of Laurie Lipton’ – American artist based in Los Angeles. Film by James L. Frachon / Guy Giraud / Claire Uhlhorn (2017)
Video (48:27): queer artist Brittany Nelson works with 19th century photographic chemistry techniques to address themes of feminist science fiction and queer abstraction.
Video (58;37): artists Catherine Opie and Marilyn Minter in conversation with moderator Connie Butler at the Marciano Arts Foundation (2018) about their recent work, their careers, and the influence of feminism on their development as artists.
Video (4:50): filmmaker and University of Bradford graduate Pratibha Parmar talks about her films and her collaborative projects with author Alice Walker.
Video (5:19): London based artist Rachel Ara in conversation with Adelaide Damoah about her work “This Much I’m Worth” (2017).
Video (2:50): Birmingham based photographer Marta Kochanek talks about her creative practice and her fascination with photography archives. (2916)
Video (44:20): award winning photographer Marta Kochanek talks about how she first got started in photography, her commissions, and life as a photographer. (June 27, 2018).
Video (5:52): ‘Sleep Rock’ is the first solo exhibition in the UK by New York-based artist Sadie Benning.
Video (1:11:54): Annie Leibovitz in conversation with Vanessa Friedman, New York Times, about her creative practice and her recent book ‘Annie Leibovitz: Portraits 2005-2016’, (Phaidon Press Ltd, 2017) at The New School in New York, USA, (2017).
HOPE & FEAR is a large scale video installation by Charlotte Haslund-Christensen. It features hundreds of people from seven countries on six continents. They all answers the same two universal questions: What is your biggest hope? and What is your biggest fear?
Video (1:38) : queer feminist artist Emily Roysdon reflects on the ways in which David Wojnarowicz inspired her own work on the occasion of his Whitney retrospective, (2018).
Video (14:18): excerpt from a lecture by visiting professional Dr. Ope Lori about her creative practice and work with gender stereotypes and the oppositinal gaze, Leeds Art University, UK, 2016.
Video (1:18:20): queer artists Sheila Pepe at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, January 2, 2018.
Video (56:36): ‘in this performative lecture delivered at the Whitney on October 10, 2018, Barbara Hammer shares guidelines and film clips from her long-term art-making practice.’