American artist Sharon Hayes uses photography, film, video, sound, performance, and text to interrogate the intersections between the personal and collective sphere. Her deeply affective and queer approach to history and politics draws particular attention to the language of twentieth-century activism as well as drama, anthropology, and journalism.
This book is the first to feature all of Hayes's most significant projects, and the first comprehensive publication to capture the artist's unique blend of performance and social engagement which has been at the forefront of questions of feminist history, queer time, and protest culture for over a decade.
- 160 pages
- ISBN 9780714873466