Bridge Artistx innovate : gatherings of women, non-binary, and genderqueer artists of color

Authors
Alvarez, Diana
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High, Kathryn
Bahn, Curtis
Ruzanka, Silvia P.
Rouse, Rebecca
Bridgforth, Sharon
Issue Date
2018-08
Keywords
Electronic arts
Degree
PhD
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Abstract
Where do women, non-binary, and genderqueer artists of color turn to find their lineages? In Bridge Artistx Innovate: Gatherings of Women, Non-Binary, and Genderqueer Artists of Color, I examine conceptualizations of family, artistic processes, rituals of self-care, and advice of four artists: Sharon Bridgforth, Magdalena Gómez, Vick Quezada, and Nicole M. Young. Third World feminist theories inform my analysis of four testimonio video portraits of Bridgforth, Gómez, Quezada, and Young, included in this work.
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August 2018
School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Department
Dept. of the Arts
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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