Vissault, Maïté
September 2008
Etc.;sep-nov2008, Issue 83, p30
The article explores the contemporary affirmation of the feminine I by women artists. It is compared with the feminist interplay of the previous generation. The works of artist Teresa Margolles are described as an experience of the being-in-the-world that takes the form of a generic I. The films and videos of Finnish Eija-Liisa Ahtila are noted to be always told in the I form.


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