Video (11:09): Annie Drew made this video about Painter Agnes Martin (1912–2004) on the occasion of Agnes Martin’s Birthday, March 2020.
Video (1:01:46): Roni Horn in Conversation with Dr. Julie Brigham-Grette and William Daniels; moderated by Professor Shona Macdonald, January 30, 2020.
Video (1:25:43): in her lecture Carleton University professor Ann Cvetkovich addresses the recent proliferation of LGBTQ archives as a point of departure for a broader inquiry into the power of archives to transform public histories.
Video (44:05): Artists Jutta Koether and Nick Mauss from New York in conversation with museum director Matthias Mühling in Munich, Germany about Florine Stettheimer (1971-1944) and her queer imagery. Video by Art Basel, 2014.
Video (23:27): Artist Talk by Patty Chang. Patty Chang is known for provocative performances that challenge social behaviours and stereotypes; American performance and video artist Patty Chang presented her artist talk and performance at Connecting Space Hong Kong on 10 December 2015.
Video (1:07:54): alongside the ‘Julie Mehretu’ retrospective at LACMA, California, USA, a programme was organised which among others featured a panel debate, where the participating black feminists were invited to discuss the exhibition and Julie Mehretu’s oevre as a visual activist.
Video (1:14:15): lecture about the lesbian artist Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore with Jennifer Shaw and Tirza True Latimer.
Video (21:17): Lecture by Sophie Hackett at the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, (2016).
Video (1:26:40): Lecture Series: queer artists Nancy Brooks Brody, Joy Episalla, Carrie Yamaoka, and Jill Casid by CCADedu, 2019.
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 (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.’
Video (1:01:56): in her lecture Christina Rosenberger, author of Drawing the Line: The Early Work of Agnes Martin, examines the arc of Agnes Martin’s early career.
Video (30:06): Lecture with Anna Arabindan-Kesson: Landscape, Interrupted: Ingrid Pollard and the Diasporic Imagination. (2016)
[Barbara Hammer Untitled 6, ca. 1970, Ink, watercolor on paper.]
BARBARA HAMMER: Evidentiary Bodies, October 7, 2017 – January 28, 2018 at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York, USA
Video: 1:32:56): Sheila Pepe is best known for her large-scale, ephemeral installations and sculpture made from domestic and industrial materials.
LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA; part 1: history and research. LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA: Queer Perspectives on Wartime Incarceration, a lecture, artist talk and screening by Professor Tina Takemoto of the California College of the Arts (2014). LOOKING FOR JIRO ONUMA; part 2: artist talk, film screening and question & answer…
Lecture about Hannah Höch by Alexandra Foradas recorded at The 20th Annual Spring Symposium of Williams College, 2015. Alexandra Foradas talks about ‘From an etnographic museum’, a series of 18 photomontages made in the period 1924-1931 by German artist Hannah Höch (1889 – 1978). About Hannah Höch Wikipedia writes about…
Lecture by Nancy Princenthal at Tate Modern, 2015. On Wednesday 15th July 2015, Nancy Princenthal discussed American Painter Agnes Martin’s formative experiences, the development of her work, her spirituality and the range of lively non-mainstream art communities in which she lived. Nancy Princenthal, author of Agnes Martin: Her Art and…