Artillery Magazine, May 7, 2016


Artillery Presents: FEMINISM 4.O, Panel Discussion + Launch Party

LACE panel
Saturday, May 7, 2016
4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
6522 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood/Vine Los Angeles 90028

Artillery launches its May/June photography issue. Come celebrate with us at LACE for a panel discussion and reception afterwards. MAY 7, SATURDAY 4-5:30pm panel 5:30-7pm reception **No RSVP or Tickets Required** FEMINISM 4.O What feminist art looks like now MODERATOR: Emily Wells PANELISTS: Audrey Wollen, Amalia Ulman, Lili Bernard and Siobhan Hebron Feminism continually takes on new roles and voices in contemporary art, but the approaches that some artists take have been met with controversy. The artists in this panel each work in different media; their perspectives, too, are nuanced and distinct. Artillery’s May/June issue focuses on photography today and features artist Audrey Wollen, interviewed by writer Emily Wells. Wollen confronts notions of female objectification via Instagram. Our panel discussion will address questions such as: What does “feminist” art look like, and how does it function within the larger contexts of feminism and art? Panelists will each describe their own approach to feminist concerns, and in dialogue with one another.



Artillery Magazine Panel Discussion: FEMINISM 4.O What feminist art looks like now. May, 7, 2016, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. PHOTO: Micol Hebron