Fabulous news – my work slink (as installed for SPOM: Sexual Politics of Meat Exhibition, The Animal Museum, LA 2017) is one of the works Carol J Adams is including in the new Bloomsbury Revelations Edition of ‘Neither Man Nor Beast: Feminism and the Defense of Animals’ 1994. Due out in April 2018, this work in which Adams considers abortion rights and animals rights, antiracism work and speciesism, theological issues, animal experimentation, sexual violence and injury to animals, and other issues at the intersection of feminism and animal defense, will feature artworks by myself, Sunaura Taylor, Nava Atlas, Yvette Watt, Susan Kae Grant and Kyle Tafoya. So honoured to be in this book, and in such great company.
*Unfortunately this event was cancelled due to Wolf breaking his arm the day before. Fingers crossed to reschedule soon.
Just back from the Dear Dairy: The True Cost of Milk Symposium hosted by the New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies (NZCHAS). I was invited to give a keynote presentation – and gave a talk about how the lives and deaths of dairy cattle have influenced my art practice. It was stunning to be presenting among such wonderful co-presenters – and I think we covered the environmental, ethical and welfare issues caused by the dairy industry as well starting the important dialogue about – where to from here…
The program is available: Dear Dairy Programme 21 July 2017
boobscape (3 skins), 2017 at Animal Intersections, 2017
The catalogue for Animal Intersections is available here, and the invitation below:-