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How new media art informed by feminism yields important and original insights about interacting with technologies
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Kate Mondloch examines how new media installation art intervenes in technoscience and new materialism, showing how three diverse artists—Pipilotti Rist, Patricia Piccinini, and Mariko Mori—address everyday technology and how it constructs our bodies. Mondloch establishes the unique insights that feminist theory offers to new media art and new materialisms, offering a fuller picture of human–nonhuman relations.
Kate Mondloch is professor of contemporary art and head of the Department of the History of Art and Architecture at the University of Oregon. She is author of Screens: Viewing Media Installation Art (Minnesota, 2010).
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