BALTIC Podcast | Victoria Home on Judy Chicago, Femininity, Art and the Home

Archive Shelf Location BALTIC2020M
Publication Date 26 Feb 2020

In this BALTIC Podcast exploring BALTIC exhibitions and research, art historian Victoria Horne examines Judy Chicago, specifically Femininity, Art and the Home.


Horne discusses the role of labour within the home, which was often at the fore of questioning within second-wave feminism and the Women's Art Movement. Horne also highlights the amplified and indistinct roles between domestic and paid labour that many may find present in their homes currently, while including reference to historical projects such as Womanhouse, ​that focused on these enquiries. 


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Victoria Horne is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Arts at Northumbria University Newcastle, specialising in the cultural and intellectual history of Anglo-American feminism. ​

Speaker Victoria Home
Formats MP3, BALTIC Podcast
Related Artist Judy Chicago
Related Event Judy Chicago (16 November 2019 – 19 April 2020)
Related Gallery BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

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