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ANDREA WARNER

BEFRIENDING BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE

“I’ve focused as much as humanly possible on making space for women artists and non-binary and trans artists in the coverage that I get to choose.”

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Collective Acts at the Belkin Gallery

“You can read about it, but the face-to-face interaction is pretty valuable, for the people who were involved in the ‘70s and [the ones] who came along later. It’s a kind of learning that is really interesting in the context of the university gallery, to create situations for that exchange to happen.”

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CURRENT 2.0

CURRENT: FEMINIST ELECTRONIC ART SYMPOSIUM

“We’re doing it for something we want to see in the future, a community we want to cultivate.”

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VIRAGO NATION BARES THEIR IDENTITIES

“It’s really not up to me to decide whether or not people will accept what I do. But it is my personal belief that if they don’t accept what I do, I don’t want them in my life.”

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DUSTY BABES COLLECTIVE

CONNECTIVITY AND WORKING CLAY

“I feel strongly that feminism is a method; it doesn’t always have to be your subject.”

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NASTY WOMEN COMEDY

I think now, more than ever, there’s a movement happening, so every time a bunch of girls are going to get together it becomes political, you know? We’re just comedians, individually, and we didn’t set out to change anything.