Identity/Identities : An Exploration of the Concept of Female Identity in Contemporary Society

Madill, Shirley J.-R. and Alexander, Shelagh and Campbell, Kati and Gurney, Janice and Scott, Mary and Spero, Nancy and Sterbak, Jana. Identity/Identities : An Exploration of the Concept of Female Identity in Contemporary Society. Winnipeg, Man.: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1988.

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Abstract (English)

Presentation of seven Canadian and American women artists exploring in diverse media the common theme of multiplicity of self and experience. Madill's text refers to a poststructuralist critique of language and representation, and to the questioning of fixed subjectivity. Personal statements by six of the artists. Biographical notes. 16 bibl. ref.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: Madill, Shirley J.-R. (Curator); Madill, Shirley J.-R. (Author); Alexander, Shelagh (Artist); Alexander, Shelagh (Author); Campbell, Kati (Artist); Campbell, Kati (Author); Gurney, Janice (Artist); Gurney, Janice (Author); Scott, Mary (Artist); Scott, Mary (Author); Spero, Nancy (Artist); Spero, Nancy (Author); Sterbak, Jana (Artist); Sterbak, Jana (Author); Fry, Kelley (Prefacer)
Dossier: 354 - WINNIPEG ART GALLERY (Winnipeg)
Collation: 43 p. : 21 ill. (11 col.) ; 28 x 18 cm
ISBN: 0889151474
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Winnipeg, Man.: The Winnipeg Art Gallery
Artists: Alexander, Shelagh; Campbell, Kati; Gurney, Janice; Scott, Mary; Spero, Nancy; Sterbak, Jana; Sherman, Cindy
Critics / Curators / Historians: Madill, Shirley J.r.
Art Organizations: Winnipeg Art Gallery (Winnipeg)
Event Statement: Exhibition dates: 24 July - 4 Sept. 1988, Winnipeg Art Gallery. - The exhibition is cosponsered by Women and the Arts/Les Femmes et les Arts, and is part of the Spotlight '88 Festival.
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Date Deposited: 06 Apr 1989
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2012 13:29
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