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 AUTO BIOGRAPHY AFTER FICTION: A Visual Artists' Approach to Curation & Criticism  By Lindsay Hutchens & Michelle Marie Murphy January 27th - February 17th, 2017 Flaxman Library Special Collections, Sharp 5th Floor    Recognizing the poignancy of the second-wave feminist concept “personal as political,” graduate students Lindsay Hutchens and Michelle Marie Murphy began their collaborative research at Joan Flasch Artists’ Books Collection in the Spring of 2016. They requested to view any works that germinate from an autobiographical perspective with the belief that autobiographically inspired (subjective) art can allow us to reflect on broader (objective) political and societal issues. Hutchens & Murphy exhibit the primary source findings along with their own aesthetic (subjective) representations using photography and writing to reveal and magnify broader issues of labor, wellness, and intimacy.

AUTO BIOGRAPHY AFTER FICTION: A Visual Artists' Approach to Curation & Criticism
By Lindsay Hutchens & Michelle Marie Murphy
January 27th - February 17th, 2017
Flaxman Library Special Collections, Sharp 5th Floor
 

Recognizing the poignancy of the second-wave feminist concept “personal as political,” graduate students Lindsay Hutchens and Michelle Marie Murphy began their collaborative research at Joan Flasch Artists’ Books Collection in the Spring of 2016. They requested to view any works that germinate from an autobiographical perspective with the belief that autobiographically inspired (subjective) art can allow us to reflect on broader (objective) political and societal issues. Hutchens & Murphy exhibit the primary source findings along with their own aesthetic (subjective) representations using photography and writing to reveal and magnify broader issues of labor, wellness, and intimacy.

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