For a growing number of artists, three of which are on view here, working with detritus has become a compelling MO.
Archives for November 2012
Using her body as a paintbrush and the stage as her canvas, Schneemann challenged gender roles while expanding the boundaries of painting, film and performance.
Armed with Leicas and street smarts, they photographed New York during times of cataclysmic change, when photography itself was moving from activism to personal expression to fine art.
In her works on paper she fused manual and mechanical methods, turning one thing into another with breathtaking alacrity with results that harken back to Dada and Surrealism.