Published in 1983/84, this article chronicles the experiences and work of artists Howardena Pindell and Faith Ringgold as a lens into the conceptual and material processes of contemporary black women artists.
How do we negotiate the photographing of images that contain the body? What experiential, political or aesthetic contingencies do we bring to both the making and viewing of a cinema that contains the human form? If a body is different from our own—in terms of gender, skin color, or age—do we frame it differently? As […]