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The Feminist Portal

September 5th, 2015


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(Please note that in cases when linking to a particular work is not possible we have put the name of the work in parentheses with the the hope that you will be able to locate it.)



Lyn Blumenthal, Doublecross
Dorit Cypris, Stranded
Lorraine O’Grady, Cutting Out the New York Times



Agnès Varda, Vagabond


Sex & the Internet (Porn)

Shawné Michaelain Holloway, Nothing fucking matters II: cuter on the internet.mp4
Ann Hirsch, Porn Foley PerformanceBad Feminist 
Ursula Beimann, Writing Desire
Faith Holland, Porn Interventions
Frances Stark, My Best Thing



Louise Lawler, Birdcalls
Tacita Dean, Berlin Project 
Ann Hamilton, Phora
Barbara Barg and Barbara Ess, Excerpts from a Streetcard Named Desire, For Blanche Excerpts from A Streetcar Named Desire, For Blanche


Speculative Fictions & Futures

A.K. Burns, Negative Space
Beatrice Gibson, A Necessary Music



Genevieve Belleveau, The Business of Pleasure
Morgan Cahn, Reliquaries
Anne Harris, The Mind’s I
Ann Hirsch, Artist’s Website
Faith Holland, Artist’s Website
Sophie Kahn, Sculpture
Nicole Killian, Nylon Dip (artist’s website)
Jessica Langley, Outfitters
Rafia, Artist’s Tumblr
Legacy Russell, Artist’s Website
Talia Shulze, Talia Shulze
Melissa Steckbauer, The Micro Date
Fannie Sosa, Artist’s Tumblr
Nine Yamamoto, Collected Art Projects



Suzanne Treister, Post-Surveillance Art 
Hito Steyerl + Martha Rosler, How Not to Be Seen 
Lorna Simpson, 31


Teen Years

Hannah Weiner, Sixteen 
Tracey Emin, Why I Never Became a Dancer
Eija Liisa Ahtila,  If 6 Was 9 (1995)


Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Feminist by Eve Luckring 

This is a collection of a very few of the many women who have inspired, challenged, and influenced my work, which questions the assumptions–and experiments with the boundaries–that define place, body, and habit. Hopefully it is obvious by now that feminism is multi-faceted and fluid.  We come to our stances from a range of experiences, interconnected and interdependent, though not equal. Feminism is plural. Feminism is a cacophony. Feminism is a process.  I don’t know that we will ever arrive.

When the blackbird flew out of sight,
It marked the edge
Of one of many circles.

—Wallace Stevens

1. María Lugones, Pilgrimages/Peregrinajes
2. Lorine Niedecker, “I rose from marsh mud”; “When Ecstasy is Inconvenient”
3. O.Funmilayo Makarah, O.Funmilayo Makarah | UCLA Film & Television Archive
4. Yagi Mikajo, Commentaries 
5. Kuroda Momoko, I Wait for the Moon
6. Carmina Escobar, Massagem Sonora 
7. Jamaica Kincaid, At the Bottom of the River
8. Cornelia Parker, Artist’s page at New Hall, The Women’s Art Collection
9. Mady Schutzman, CalArts Selected Works 
10. Eija-Liisa Ahtila, If 6 Was 9 (1995), Rakkaus on aarre AKA Love is a treasure (2002)
11. Chantal Ackerman, Je tu il elleJeanne Dielman, 23, Quai Du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
12. Agnès Varda, Vagabond
13. Connie Samaras, Artist’s website


Traces & Ghosts

Carina Escobar, Parallel Fields 1
Ann Hamilton, Ghost…a border act
Susan Hiller, Spectral Works
Ana Mendieta, Traces
Annika Ström, Sunshine Head
Sophie Kahn, Body/Traces



Lisa Bloomfield, Random Readings
Spartacus Chetwynd, The Walk to Dover
Dorit Cypris, Liberty (leading the people)
Carmina Escobar, Aleberijes
Lara Mimosa Montes, The Cinderella Complex-xxx


Triple Canopy

Jibz Cameron & Hedia Maron, The Dynasty Handbag Show
Steffani Jemison, I Call This One “Happiness”
Irene Lusztig, Motherhood Archives
Lara Mimosa Montes, Cinderella Complex-xxx
Florina Stettheimer, Études



Imogen Stidworthy, Hate; Barrabackslarrabang
Spartacus Chetwynd, Hermito’s Children  
Carmina Escobar, Sonic Message



Fiona Banner, All The Worlds Fighter Planes
An-My Lê, 29 Palms
Martha Rosler, House Beautiful: Bringing the War Home, New Series


Warped Interpretations & Adaptions

Florine Stettheimer, Études
Spartacus Chetwynd, The Walk To Dover 
Ann Hirsch, Semiotics of The Cam Whore 
Mariah Garnett, Garbage, The City And Death



Forugh Farrokhzad, (Window)



Maren Hassinger, Wire



Yujun Ye, The Garden For Alice



Entries forthcoming.