Video (1:07:05): a lecture by queer feminist artist Rachel Ara. She talks about her creative practise and and her experience with being de-platformed in 2019. Video by Cambridge Radical Feminist Network, 2021. The no platforming of works by older women artists, being labeled “turfs” is misogyny, the art world that excluding critical women artists.
Video (4:52): Artist talk by British data and conceptual artist Rachel Ara about her feminist work at the V&A in London.
Video (9:04): an artist talk video. This short film gives an insight into a critical period in Rachel Ara’s artistic practise.
‘This Much I’m Worth’ by Rachel Ara is on display Saturday, September 14 – Sunday, September 22, 2019 at V&A, London, UK
Anna McNay (UK) and Birthe Havmoeller (DK) have compiled a summer list of exhibitions by lesbian, bisexual and queer feminist artists which you must see!
March 23 – July 28, 2019 at MMCA, Seoul, Korea.
Video (5:19): London based artist Rachel Ara in conversation with Adelaide Damoah about her work “This Much I’m Worth” (2017).
Rachel Ara is a conceptual and data artist who explores the relationships between gender, technology and systems of power. Her works are nonconformist with a socio-political edge that often incorporates humour and irony with feminist and queer concerns.
Video (54:04): Artists’ Talk