Video interview with painter Carrie Moyer (USA). 2011
Carrie Moyer presented her exhibition Canonical, September – October 2011, at CANADA, 55 Chrystie Street, New York. In the above interview at CANADA, New York Carrie Moyer says: “I think that people, who make paintings make messages for other painters in their paintings, as they know that nobody else is going to get it“. I find this statement interesting, even though I am probably not able to spot the messages, which are hidden in plain sight.
Carrie Moyer’s online portfolio
About Carrie Moyer at WikiPedia
Lesbian Americans, poster by DAM! 1998
A New Public Artproject by DAM!
Dyke Action Machine! (DAM!) is a two-person public art project founded in 1991 by artist Carrie Moyer and photographer Sue Schaffner. Their campaign posters incorporated lesbian images into recognizably commercial contexts, revealing how lesbians are and are not depicted in American popular culture. Now you can download DAM posters and print them at home. Hang the poster in your office, give one to a friend or plaster your neighborhood with Dyke Action Machine’s messages.
Visit DAM’s webpage and download posters: dykeactionmachine.com
Gay Marriages, poster by DAM! 1997
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